Pendleton Mount Vernon Commander-in-Chief Blanket
This custom Pendleton blanket exclusively created for Mount Vernon honors George Washington’s service as America’s first Commander in Chief. The design was inspired by the Commander-in-Chief flag, also known as George Washington’s Headquarters Flag. It is believed that Washington designed the flag, which features a blue field with thirteen six-pointed stars. Thought to be the earliest surviving thirteen-star American flag, it dates to about 1777-1783. Within the red border, arrowheads honor Washington's important relationship with Native American tribes and leaders. The gold and blue dentil cornice is inspired by architectural details at George Washington’s home, Mount Vernon.
For almost 160 years, Pendleton has set the standard for American style. With six generations of family management, the company remains dedicated to its American heritage, authenticity, and fabric craftsmanship.
Pure virgin wool & cotton, felt bound, unnapped and uncombed for sharper pattern definition. Provenance card included.
Size 64” x 80”. Dry Clean only. Made in the USA