Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q. What is a restricted tartan?
A. A restricted tartan is one that is registered and produced. However before sale, proof of identity will be required by the clan/chieftain before it is released from the supplier.e.g.: Maitland tartan. The Clan Chieftain will require proof from an individual that they have a legimate claim to wear it. Other restriction may occur where the tartan is produced specifically for an identity or corporation e.g.: Royal Family or Jackie Stewart Racing Team tartan.
Q. My father is of European ancestry, however my Great grandmother was from the Gordon clan can I wear a tartan?
A. Yes you can with pride wear the Gordon tartan as paternal parents give you standing to wear your clan tartan.
Q. I am about to get married and as the bride can I wear my future husbands tartan?
A. Yes on the completion and the signature of the marriage ceremony you may.
Q Can I wear two tartans at the same time?
A. Tartan protocols advise that the wearing of two tartans at the same is not acceptable.
Q. Does Australia have state tartans?
A. Australia now has several registered state tartans. The Australian State tartans have accreditation by the Premiers of that State, having been presented and accepted within the State Parliament.
Q. I see that Australia has two tartans. Why is that?
A. Both are registered tartans however the Australian National tartan is the only tartan that holds full accreditation from the Federal Australian Government.
Q. What does 'accredititation' of the Australian National tartan mean?
A. This Australian tartan has full approval from the Head of the Protocol Department for the Prime Minister of Australia.
Q. What do you charge for postage?
A.. We only charge the price of the postage that Australia Post charge us. For example 1 tie may cost $4.00, multiple ties may cost $5.50. Therefor if you purchace multiple items the cost of postage per item will considerable less. Overnight or Express post will cost more. We do not charge for packing or handling!.
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