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Chart Map Scarf

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  • Made in the USA: Newport, RI
  • Crafted with lightweight microfiber that looks and feels like silk
  • Features your favorite harbor in vintage detail
  • Maps are from 1800 to 1950
Materials
Microfiber
Care
Machine wash on a gentle cycle. Hang dry. Keep out of a high-heat dryer
Includes
One Map Destination Scarf
Dimensions
24" x 80" x 0.13"
Weight
0.4 lb

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Lightweight microfiber · Created with vintage maps
Personalize your scarf with your favorite harbor in vintage detail. Each scarf is designed with maps from 1800 to 1950. The scarves are crafted from lightweight microfiber, looking and feeling like silk. Made in the USA.
Made in the USA
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Mapisart

Mapisart founder Trip Wolfskehl started working with nautical charts and maps when he was just 18, after sailing into Newport Harbor in Rhode Island. He felt a connection to the City by the Sea and knew that others felt those same connections to places they hold dear. So he began working with textiles and vintage maps to give folks a way to keep important locations close even when they’re far away.