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The Green Man symbol has held an important stature at Greyfield since the house was built in 1900, by Lucy Carnegie; the inspiration originally came from the Tabby House at Dungeness (the oldest house on the island).
This design is now used as one of Greyfield's brand family elements and we are excited to share it with you on our newest Greyfield Ball Cap.
The Green Man represents the importance of Cumberland to Greyfield and our mission in providing an experience which is wrapped in nature, while also providing many moments of peace and quiet in the hopes our guests leave feeling rested and rejuvenated.
Made up of fig leaves, olive branches, and shore birds; small relics that can all be found on the island.
White ball cap with Green Man embroidered in true navy thread.
"Cumberland Island" embroidered on the back.