The Savannah Scarf

006The Savannah Scarf was made in Italy of 100% hand-rolled silk and designed as a tribute to the City of Savannah by April Flory of Victoria Ward Collection. Images were selected with expert counsel from Historic Savannah Foundation. The scarf features distinctive and memorable motifs of the City from General Oglethorpe and Tomochichi to the modern day Bird Girl statue. Architectural elements from some of Savannah’s famous buildings (Isaiah Davenport, Owens-Thomas and Mercer-Williams) and cultural images (a Daisy from Brownie Park and Gryphon at The Cotton Exchange), to statues of notable men (such as Casimir Pulaski) grace the scarf and symbolize our city’s history and charm. And, of course, moss-laden oaks and Georgia’s Cherokee Rose interweave and flow like the waters of the Forsyth Park fountain.

This elegant keepsake captures the spirit of Savannah and will continue to evoke memories of this beautiful and historic American City.

The scarf comes with a Romance Card explaining the significance of each design motif.

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