St David's (Welsh National)

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Associated Names

History

Also known as The Brithwe Dewi Sant. A traiditional Welsh Plaid design accepted throughout Wales and the world as the National Tartan of Wales. St David was Wales 7th Century patron Saint whose working Catherdral still stands in The City of St David's in Pembrokeshire, overlooking the Irish sea. The reintroduction of this tartan 30 odd years ago, gave immediate rise to the popularity of the St Davids flag, black background and yellow/gold cross, which you now see flying proudly all over Wales!

Now worn for weddings and other formal events as Full Cilt Regalia, and with a rugby shirt for the more casual look on match days. St David's tartan products can be embroidered with the flag of St David. This tartan can be purchased or hired (rented) as a Full Welsh Cilt Regalia.

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