An Old Line Christmas

I’m from Maryland if you didn’t know and apart from our affinity for crabs, Old Bay, and a pretty darn medieval-looking flag is our love for all things local. This Christmas I’m sharing my fondness for my home, The Old Line State, with a couple gift ideas from one of our local artisans, Old Line Oysters. Based in southern Maryland and sourcing from the Eastern Shore, Old Line Oysters prides itself on the preservation and restoration of oysters and repurposes them as classic gifts and home goods. A gentle reminder of all things east coast, especially Maryland, they have just the right thing for you and your loved ones this holiday season.

Give your gifts in a classic style this year with their Annapolis Toile or North Pole Toile wrapping paper. And for all you New Englanders, they’ve got you covered with a Nantucket Style to match!

Each piece arrives in a petite canvas jewelry bag stamped with their wonderfully simple logo giving your item a safe place to nestle when not in use. Our Oyster Shell Christmas decoration has found a new home amongst other ornaments in our bauble box, ready to emerge each year for a special place on the tree.

And classic holiday style wouldn’t be complete without a pair of their St. Michael’s Post earrings. Simple and elegant, these bijou will elevate your home holiday style. And when not in use, they will sit perfectly in a gold oyster shell on your bureau.

Very true to their motto, “No grit. No pearl.”, Old Line Oysters consistently delivers a pearlfully polished product.

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