The Scarf

MainThe NSCDA in Georgia is pleased to present this beautiful, unique National Scarf to all members of The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America created by the internationally acclaimed designer, Marisol Deluna. Your new scarf features widely researched symbols, Pantone colors, and other authentic details that convey the rich history and symbolism of our National Society.

At the center of the scarf you will find the spectacularly positioned majestic eagle, chosen in 1782 for its long life and great strength by the Second Continental Congress, as the emblem of the United States of America.  Above the eagle are three stars that are unmistakable symbols of American patriotism. These stars also represent the National Projects in which our members participate: Patriotic Service, Historical Activities, and Museum Properties. Under the eagle is the date of the founding of The National Society as a reminder of its longevity and continued importance in today’s world.

Each corner of the scarf features the Seal of The National Society.  Within the Seal lies a shield with quadrants representing the medieval coats-of-arms of the royal families of France, Sweden, Holland, and England (clockwise from top right).  Two of the important heraldic symbols represented are the fleur-de-lis, the beautiful yellow iris that grew wild from June to September across Europe in medieval times, as well as the lion, the king of beasts, representing bravery, valor, strength, and royalty. The lions are either passant (walking) or rampant (standing.)

Centered on the sides of the scarf you will see the Badge of The National Society available to its members to wear.  It consists of a disc with a center figure of a Dame. Above the Dame the eagle appears again indicating the strength of our membership.  Surrounding the Dame are twenty gold rays, with three in each group plus a center one, surmounted with stars representing the original thirteen colonies.  On the back of the Badge is engraved “Virtutes Majorum Filiae Conservantmeaning, “Daughters Conserve the Virtues of Their Ancestors.”

Center of Scarf

Center of Scarf

The Seal in all four corners

The Seal in all four corners

Badge of The National Society

State Pins surround

State Pins surround

On the large square around the center of the scarf you will find the pins of the original thirteen Societies as well as the pin of the District of Columbia, the Domicile Society, or legal residence of The National Society. On the reverse side of this card you will find a description of these pins.

We are honored and privileged to keep our heritage alive as we wear this scarf with dignity and pride!

For an order form, please email info@andrewlowhouse.com or download the form by clicking here.  This form may be filled out on your computer, printed and mailed to us at the address included on the form!

The cost for a scarf is $139 which includes tax and shipping.

The Georgia Logo

Read more about the new state and national society logos in the Members section.

The Georgia Society

The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in The State of Georgia
Headquarters located on the ground floor of the Andrew Low House Museum
329 Abercorn Street
Savannah Georgia 31401
(912) 233-1828 FAX: 912-233-9239
www.nscdaga.org
Director: Sbohlin@andrewlowhouse.com

Georgia Society Pin

The official pin of the Georgia Society is the flower of the Franklinia alatamaha tree. For more information or to download an order form, see the "Forms" section.