Duffy Tartan

The tartan colours belonging the Duffy clan, these would traditionally be worn as a kilt which was popular about 1000 years ago during the Iron Age of the Celts. The kilt would have doubled up as a blanket for soldiers on the move and also meant that you would only need to change your socks if wadding through the pete bogs of western Ireland.
The Colours of the kilt are representative of a golden Lion in a green field (the Duffy coat of arms). Next to it is the heraldic coat of arms belonging to my grandfather “Schofield” showing the three red bulls on a white background and horizontal red strip or fess in heraldry.