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Bagpipe Miniature Playable Bagpipe with Reed Black Watch

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Bagpipe, Miniature Playable Bagpipe with Reed, Black Watch

* Miniature set of bagpipes in Black Watch Tartan
* Scotland's most traditional musical instrument
* Superb Scottish showpiece decoration
* Inflatable bag and working chanter
* Great fun instrument or novelty Scottish souvenir
* Attractive presentation display box

This miniature bagpipe set has been designed as a fun instrument and makes and ideal gift or souvenir. It is a 'working chanter' set and this can be inflated through the blowpipe in order to play the chanter. This product is packaged in an attractive presentation box. These Bagpipes Comes In The Royal Stewart Tartan, MacKenzie Tartan and Black Watch Tartan.

This is one of the most popular products that we have on the site. Its a great souvenir throughout the world promoting Scotland, as well as a product for children who want to start playing the Bagpipe before they move on to a Fully playable Set of Bagpipes.

Black Watch Tartan Clan History

A military tartan that takes its name from the 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot, that was first raised in 1725. nicknamed the Black Watch because of its role in policing or 'watching' the Highlands in case of insurrection, the regiment is known today as The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland.

The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland (3 SCOTS) is an infantry battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.
Prior to 28 March 2006, the Black Watch was an infantry regiment in its own right; The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) from 1931 to 2006, and The Royal Highland Regiment (The Black Watch) from 1881 to 1931. Part of the Scottish Division, it was the senior regiment of Highlanders.

The regiment's name allegedly came from the dark tartan that they wore and from its role to 'watch' the Highlands. 'Black Watch' was originally a nickname for the 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot, but was used more and more so that, in 1881, when the 42nd amalgamated with the 73rd Regiment of Foot, the new regiment was named 'The Royal Highland Regiment (The Black Watch)', with The Black Watch becoming the regiment's official designation in 1931. The uniform changed over time, but the nickname has been more enduring. The regimental motto was Nemo me impune lacessit (no man provokes me with impunity).

The Black Watch Clan

The Black Watch Tartan is registered at the Scottish Tartan Authority, The Black Watch Clan over the year has spread all over the world. The Black Watch Family clan also has a number of septs which are an offshoot of the Black Watch Clan. The Black Watch Tartan, be it the Black Watch Modern Tartan or Ancient Tartan is worn at all major functions by members of the Black Watch Family Clan. The Tartan Authority is the sole and only register of Scottish Tartans in Scotland of which Black Watch Tartan is one of over 500

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