The Great Republic at the Ritz Carlton in Arlington, Virgina

October 22, 2017

The Great Republic at the Ritz Carlton in Arlington, Virgina

The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City is delighted to announce a collaboration with two of City Center D.C.’s most unique retailers, The Great Republic and Eagle Co.

The Great Republic, a luxury retailer who specializes in rare books, unique treasures and vintage Americana collectables, will provide guests and visitors of The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City an exclusive opportunity to view and shop truly unique, one of a kind pieces. Designed to enhance the rich history surrounding Pentagon City, the boutique will feature items that celebrate American heritage and memorabilia.

In addition to The Great Republic collectable items, the luxury pop up experience will feature fine jewelry, beautiful timepieces, and exceptional writing instruments provided by Eagle Co., a new concept developed by Vanessa Jasinski and Eddie Papczun- The Great Republic’s founding partner. Eagle Co. has a unique, eclectic vibe - a retailer that strives to “wow” each, and every visitor with its exceptional product mix.

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