County Waterford Tartan

The motto of County Waterford is Deisi oc Declan co Brath meaning May the Deise remain with Declan forever. It is also one of a progression of Irish District plaids planned by Polly Wittering; these are not 'formally endorsed' District plaids however have clearly demonstrated fame and presumably in time will be acknowledged as certifiable District as opposed to Fashion plaids. Waterford is situated in the territory of Munster in the south-east of Ireland. The English name comes from Norse - Vedrafjorour; named after the city of Waterford. The County is known as 'The Deise'.
At some point between the fourth and eighth century, a clan of local Gaelic individuals called the Deisi were driven from southern province Meath/north Kildare, overcoming and settling here. The antiquated realm of the Deise is today generally equivalent with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Waterford and Lismore. Viking impact is still to be seen, and a settlement (Woodstown), dating from the ninth century was found toward the west of Waterford City. It is the biggest Viking settlement to be found beyond Scandinavia.
The colours of this irish tartan is forest green, brown, turquoise with accents of red, blue and gold. This tartan pattern makes your attire more decent; elegant. Now you can enjoy your kilt, jackets, and other wardrobes with this beautiful County Waterford Tartan. Because we are offering at a very reasonable price. Just place your order as per the required yards and get it at your doorstep.