Cornish Flag Tartan Face Mask, Cornwall National Pride Face Covering, Celtic Saint Piran's Plaid Protective Covering
Although there's no real evidence that the other Celtic countries outside of Scotland had tartans, there is a slight bit of evidence that they did have kilts and/or kilt-like garments. So perhaps it isn't completely illogical to say or think that some of them may have had their own tartans or some other similar weaving tradition. This particular tartan was first created and woven by Abi Armstrong Evans Donald Rawe and is free to weave by anyone (or sublimate print in our case.) The black and white represent the Cornish flag and St. Piran, patron saint of Cornwall. While the red represents the leg and beak of Cornwall's national bird, the red-billed chough. So let's celebrate Cornwall and things Cornish together with a Cornish Flag 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.