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De Meuron Day Tartan

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Louis Dominique and Monique de Meuron lived in Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire in the 1970s. Their children have created the de Meuron day and dress tartans in memory of their childhood years in Scotland. Both tartans are based on the sole Swiss de Meuron shield still in use or, a mulberry-tree proper on a mount of three tops, vert. In the day tartan, the green is for the foliage and the mount, the brown is for the tree trunk. In the dress tartan, the yellows are for the gold background. In both tartans, the dark purple is symbolic of the family name, Meuron, meaning mulberry in Neuchatel, the Swiss canton from which the family originates. The tartans were created for all de Meuron family members and their descendants.

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