Rules of Civility Ornament
In George Washington’s time, diligence in social matters was common practice in decent society throughout the world. At age 14, young George wrote down 110 rules which were intended to polish manners, teach how to treat others in social relations, and inculcate the practice of self-control.
This metal ornament serves as a reminder of Washington’s rules and their continued value in today’s society. Red ribbon included for hanging.
Size: 2” W x 3” H
Reverse side: George Washington’s Mount Vernon
See our publication of George Washington's Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior