2010 Tennessee Code
Title 4 - State Government
Chapter 1 - General Provisions
Part 3 - State Symbols
4-1-323 - Official state tartan.

4-1-323. Official state tartan.

The design adopted by the Heart of Tennessee Scottish Celebration in conjunction with all the other Scottish Societies in Tennessee is designated as the official state tartan for Tennessee. The design is described as follows: A symmetrical tartan sett, using the following colors: natural white, dark green, purple, red, and dark blue. The colors shall be employed in a thread count of white 2, green 20, purple 2, green 12, red 2, green 2, purple 2, white 2, blue 20 and red 4. The pattern pivot is red line to return to green 20.

[Acts 1999, ch. 82, § 1.]  

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