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  • CAWDOR

    CAWDOR

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    BEHIND THE SCENES... The landscape and seasons in Scotland provide the greatest colour palette for design. The hues differ from month to month,...
  • BENBECULA

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    LIFE ON THE EDGE OF SCOTLAND October 2016 I woke early. The first of the morning sun fighting through the sky.   I had a long drive ahead of me...
  • CAIRNGORM

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    I have strong memories of the Cairngorms. I think everyone who has lived in the Highlands does. You drive through them on the A9, rattle past them...
  • CORNWALL

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    From our factory in the Highlands, Cornwall is at the other end of the country yet the landscape and the food are very similar. You will find...
  • FINDHORN

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    The Findhorn Fishwives The Scottish coastline is punctuated with villages gathered around harbour. Fishing was once a thriving industry in Scotland,...
  • LINEN

    LINEN

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    At ANTA we use only natural materials in both our textiles and ceramics.  Most of our fabrics are woollen based but we also use a little linen....
  • BEN VORLICH

    BEN VORLICH

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      Ben Vorlich is one of the traditional herringbone weave designs at ANTA.  Visually, the fabric resembles the backbone of a herring which...
  • CAITHNESS

    CAITHNESS

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    The wilds of Caithness can sometimes be difficult to imagine.  The very farthest point of mainland Britain, it is the country at its the wildest...
  • OCHIL

    OCHIL

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    Pronounced “Oh-chil”, “ch” as in “Loch”) Derived from uchel an old word meaning high ground. I remember as a child visiting the Ochil...
  • UIST

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    One of the most remarkable natural occurrences is the appearance of the summer sand dunes grassland on the Outer Hebrides. From May to late Summer,...

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