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Boxwood

Inspired by the garden bridge at the William Paca House, this scarf is named for the boxwood trees that fill the Paca Gardens.

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Chevalier

Inspired by the iron designs leading into his crypt at the United States Naval Academy, this scarf is named after Chevalier John Paul Jones, a naval hero.

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Harwood

This scarf is named for its historic source of inspiration- the eighteenth century Hammond Harwood House located on Annapolis’ Maryland Avenue.

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Nicholson

Inspired by Annapolis’ Church Circle and State Circle, this scarf is named for the governor who designed the city’s configuration.

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Sadler

This scarf is named for Eastport’s historic, waterfront Sadler residence, home to O’Leary’s Seafood Restaurant and Annapolis freshest fish for the past seventeen years.

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Serapis

Inspired by the iron designs leading into his crypt at the United States Naval Academy, this scarf is named after the ship captured by U.S. Navy Captain John Paul Jones during the Battle of Flamborough Head.

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