In 1620, a small group of English émigrés set sail across the Atlantic in search of a better life. Their daring voyage aboard Mayflower is part of the founding history of the United States. A second Mayflower was constructed in Devon, England and sailed in 1957 to the same harbor where the Pilgrims landed centuries earlier. Mayflower's story is woven into every thread of this beautiful tartan. It features the colors of Mayflower II — blue, red, yellow, green and beige, along with dark blue for the ocean. A special thread count of 16-20-19-57 represents the years the two historic ships sailed from England to Massachusetts. Made exclusively for Plimoth Patuxet Museums, the tartan has been officially approved by The Scottish Register of Tartans.
- Scarf measures 68" x 12"
- 100% Lambswool
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Love it! They are lovely scarves and make a great gift!
Just beautiful and the quality of the scarf is fabulous. I am giving the one I ordered away as a gift, but I am truly tempted to buy one for myself! Outstanding!
The colors are even richer than I expected.
It is so soft and warm. What a lovely gift to myself. It is all the high quality I have come to expect from the Plymouth plantation store.
Hi Chris, Thank you for sharing such a wonderful review! We're thrilled to hear the lambswool scarf exceeded your expectations. We hope it keeps you nice and warm this winter and for many more to come. Thank you for your kind words and for supporting the museum's mission with your purchases!
Love this scarf!!