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Handmade by Ben Silver, the renowned Charleston clothier, these bow ties are made of fine English silk and are exclusive to the South Carolina Historical Society. The Fireproof Building motif appears in gold on a navy background.
John Henry Dick Note Cards
John Henry Dick (1919-1995) was an accomplished artist, naturalist, and author. He came to the Lowcountry as a young man, making his home at Dixie Plantation on the Stono River. For forty years (1947-1987), he kept the Dixie Plantation Guest Books, leather-bound journals filled with exquisite watercolors, sketches, and anecdotes. Beautiful full-color images of birds, reproduced from the handpainted journals, grace these note cards. Set includes eight 5×7 note cards (one each of eight designs) and matching cream envelopes.
Ben Silver Silk Ties
Handmade by Ben Silver, the renowned Charleston clothier, these neckties are made of fine English silk and are exclusive to the South Carolina Historical Society. Ben Silver ties are cut in a shape and lined so as to produce a perfect four-in-hand knot, one that can be tied in a defined dimple. The Fireproof Building motif appears on the ties in silver on a black, hunter green, or navy background.
If your library includes a number of copies of Carologue, you need this handsome heavy cardboard slipcase with golden lettering on a deep blue field. Each box holds 12-20 issues.