Patrick King New Brunswick Tartan Messenger Bag
Match your style with traditional and custom tartan designs from Patrick King Woollen Company.
A good messenger bag will get you through almost any occasion or situation. Small enough to commute, formal enough to take into the office and casual enough to take with you on your daily adventures. Patrick King durable wool bags have a fold-over flap with a classic wooden closure to secure all of your essentials.
Named in honour of King George III, who was from the House of Brunswick. The Atlantic seaboard province acquired its official tartan in 1959. Designed by Loomcrofters Museum in Gagetown, the colours are forest green for the lumbering; meadow green for agriculture; blue for the coastal and inland waters and an interweaving of gold, the symbol of the province’s potential wealth.
The red blocks signify the loyalty and devotion of the early loyalist settlers and the New Brunswick Regiment. The brown band possibly commemorates the ‘beaver’ from Lord Beaverbrook, the press baron who commissioned the first weaving. Although not born there, he published his first newspaper in the Province at the age of 13 and always regarded it as home.
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