Chaine des Rotisseurs

The Royal Stewart Tartan has a strong association with Mary Queen of Scots, Queen Consort of France from 1559 – 1560.  This provides a link between Scotland and France and has therefore been chosen as the starting point for the Chaine des Rotisseurs tartan design of red, blue, gold and white.

The coat of arms features two crossed spits and four larding utensils in the centre, surrounded by the flames of the hearth.  In today’s version, this historic blazon is encircled by fleurs-de-lys and two chains with the name of the association in between.  The inner chain represents the professional members, while the outer chain symbolizes the non-professional membership.

Choose from one of the Chaine Des Rotisseurs tartans listed below: