The Old Glory I

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The Old Glory I

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"The Old Glory I" 

William Driver, an early 19th century American sea captain, gave the American flag the nickname "Old Glory".  Driver moved to  our hometown of Nashville, TN when retired from the sea, just before he Civil War broke out.  In an attempt to protect the flag from the rebel government, he hid Old Glory by sewing it inside of a comforter to protect it.   Thankfully, we no longer need to hide our pride in our flag, and this pocket square is the perfect patriotic touch to your back pocket or jean jacket. 

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This pattern has both a pocket square and bandana style available

Pocket square measures about 11x11

Bandana measures about 22x22

 

Handcrafted in Nashville, TN

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