The Scotland Charcoal harness is the modern image that was publicized by the Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. Historically, tartan designs were associated with Lowland and Highland districts whose weavers tended to produce cloth patterns favored in those districts. By process of social evolution, every family and clan was identified by whichever tartans they wore. The word clan is derived from the Gaelic word clanna, meaning children. The Charcoal harness designed with this tartan pattern was meant for children; therefore, it makes the perfect analogy to outfit it with our beloved “fur-babies”.