Discovery Series – Ohio

The Buckeye State gets Discovery Series – Ohio mug, featuring a design filled with landmarks and symbols. Here are some of them:

– The Red Carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus) was adopted as Ohio’s state flower in 1904 to honor President William McKinley, an Ohioan who often wore a scarlet carnation on his lapel. The flower symbolizes love, admiration, and affection, fitting for a state known for its hospitality. Carnations are also popular in gardens and floral arrangements due to their vibrant color and pleasant fragrance.… Read more

Been There Ornament – Ohio

The latest addition to BTO family – Starbucks Been There Ornament Ohio. From the front:
– Cuyahoga River was so polluted in 60s that it “caught fire” once (1969)
– The Ohio Burgee – Ohio’s swallowtail flag is the only non-rectangular U.S. state flag. It was adopted in 1902
– The football helmet – am pretty sure this is related to the Ohio League which was an informal association of American football clubs active between 1902 and 1919. It is the direct predecessor to the modern National Football League (NFL).… Read more

Been There – Ohio

Another red mug – Starbucks Been There Ohio. I am particularly interested what are those “X” and “O” symbols mean. This is something to ask Google for, or, if you know the answer, please leave a comment!… Read more

Icon – Ohio

This Icon mug came from Ohio, Usa. Red is used as its theme color. River Steamboat can be seen on the front of the mug and George Rogers Clark Statue, Ohio River on the back.
This mug is somewhat hard to find.
Countries of production: China… Read more