TARTAN: Prince Charles (known as the Duke of Rothesay when in Scotland) stands at the entrance to the Tapestry Room of Dumfries House, which was preserved for posterity through his efforts.He is wearing a Tartan.
The Tapestry Room, completed in 1908 by Schultz and paneled in bleached American walnut, was designed to house four Gobelins weavings presented by Louis XIV to an ancestor of the seventh Marquess of Bute, former owner of Dumfries House.
Dumfries House in Scotland: Portraits fill the walls of a skylit gallery, which contains cockpen chairs (possibly by Chippendale) as well as Louis XVI–style gilt-wood armchairs by R. Whytock & Co. traditional rush matting is scattered with small rugs.
Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home
Murano chandelier in the entry of Dumfries House. What is remarkable is that every original invoice and instruction from 1760 is preserved, making it one of the most complete documents of Enlightenment taste in Scotland.