The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Maryland (NSCDA Maryland) presents a Mount Clare Museum Limited Edition Centennial Scarf to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Society’s stewardship of Mount Clare Museum House in Carroll Park. In 1917, the Society took over the management and care of the 18th Century Georgian home of Charles Carroll, Barrister and his wife, Margaret Tilghman Carroll. Built in 1750, the house has been turned into a Museum House and represents the oldest and finest Museum House and collection of original furnishings in Baltimore.
This elegant 35-inch square silk twill Anniversary scarf has an outer border of dark blue and a light beige background. The center features a representation of Margaret Tilghman Carroll’s china on which the Marquis de Lafayette and General George Washington and his wife, Martha, dined in the late 1700s. Predominant colors featured are orange, brick red, dark blue and yellow. The corners have a stylized representation of the flowers and fruits grown at Mount Clare. Images of Carroll and Tilghman family crests are placed on the edges along with a detail of the arched center section of Mount Clare’s distinctive Palladian windows, and the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Maryland seal featured at the bottom edge of the scarf.
Designed by New York fashion designer Marisol Deluna, (who has designed scarves for State Societies of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America), the Maryland scarf is created to show important colonial icons of the state, Mount Clare and the Maryland Colonial Dames.
This is a limited edition of 100 scarves to commemorate our 100th Anniversary of stewardship of Mount Clare Museum House. Scarves are $150.10 (includes tax and shipping).
If you wish to purchase by check, please make your check payable to NSCDA Maryland and mail your check to: Mrs. Sally Barley, 218 Tunbridge Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21212-3422. Please include your name, telephone number and/or email address and the address where the scarf should be mailed.