The South Carolina Quarter shows key state symbols- a Palmetto Tree, the Carolina Wren and the Yellow Jessamine. An outline of South Carolina and its nickname, "The Palmetto State", form the quarter’s background.The Carolina Wren is the state bird, and the Yellow Jessamine is the state flower. They are native throughout South Carolina. The importance of the "Palm" Tree dates back to the Revolutionary War. In 1776, colonists in a small fort built of Palmetto logs successfully defeated a British fleet as they tried to capture Charleston Harbor. Since then, South Carolina has been called "The Palmetto State."
- Cut Out only includes a black velveteen bag for safekeeping...most common for Golf Markers.
- Soldered Pendant is finished with a Solid Sterling Silver Bail (adds $3.00)
- Bezel Setting is a Solid Frame Holder around the Cut Only and are very sturdy for Keychains or Heavy Duty Pendants (adds $5.00)
- Add a standard Split Ring for 25 cents to complete the Bezel as a Keyring