The colours of the Dunbartonshire tartan have been chosen to symbolise the leading role which the County has played in shaping the history of Scotland, and have been woven together to produce a unique and distinctive design. Blue represents the waters of Loch Lomond, and pale blue the Firth of Clyde, gateway to the Atlantic. Green represents the predominantly rural landscape of the north of the County, Black the pathways to the Western Highlands, and purple, the royal heritage of Dumbarton.
Designed and registered in 1997 and created for use by anyone from or associated with the County of Dunbartonshire with International Tartans consent.
Dunbartonshire is a registered Tartan
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