Clan MacTavish Tartan Face Mask, Scottish Family Heritage Face Covering, Celtic Hunting Plaid Ancestry Mask
The Clan MacTavish has a slightly complicated history as a clan in Scotland more so than you might expect. The Clan Campbell tries to claim them as descendants of an illegitimate son of one of their founding fathers. The Campbells then say they're the descendants of this founding father's legitimate son. (Sounds a bit prudish on the Campbells if you ask me.) But the MacTavishes, and historical fact, have them as descendants of an Irish Pictish tribe who came to settle in the Scottish Highlands at some point. They did fight in the 1715 Jacobite Rebellion but their Chief at the time was very supportive of their cause. By the 1745 Rising, many of the clan fought with the Jacobites under their clan neighbors, the MacIntoshes, as the MacTavish chief and his son were imprisoned by the English government for passing "treasonable" papers to James Campbell indicating they were going to raise an army in support of Prince Charles. Despite their seemingly involved and complicated history, the Clan MacTavish lives on still! So let's celebrate them together with a Clan MacTavish Tartan Face Mask today!
Two layers are soft breathable polyester. Handwash for best results. May have slight shrinkage if machine dried. One size fits most adults. 5" X 7". Ear adjusters included. No filter pocket or nose wire. Not a medical-grade mask. Not returnable due to national health code violations.