Vintage Hermès scarf entitled Les Coupés designed by Françoise de la Perrière in 1971. Stylized carriages with a modernist taste are printed in shades of brown in pure Seventies style. The conditions are very good, it has only slight stains, which do not preclude its use.
Grand Livrée silk scarf designed by Marie Francoise Héron. Men in livery are shown in white boxes with a blue border. The scarf has been used very little; the slight signs are due to the passage of time.
Hermès silk scarf, Les Coqs model, designed by Madame La Torre in 1964. This is a single edition and is therefore a collector' item. The teal colored border has a few small spots. The central part, in perfect condition, depicts roosters on a green background.
Hèrmes scarf designed by Christiane Vauzelles. The gardens of Versailles are represented in red on a turquoise background. The condition of the silk is very good; it has very slight halos and a speck, which do not preclude use.
Hermès scarf designed by Philippe Ledoux in 1967. The white background is framed by the turquoise color and the print represents carriages in Paris. The conditions are good with the exception of halos left over time.
Hermès scarf designed by Phillipe Dumas, titled Marine Naive 1880 Hanry F. Smith, Sailor. The frame is blue and the sailing ships are printed on green and blue. The conditions are almost perfect; it may never have been used.
Foulard signed Roberta di Camerino in blue, red and white, in pure silk, in very good condition.
A Gucci signature scarf dating from the 1960s in lightweight pure silk, with prints of flowers and robins in pastel colours. The condition of the silk is very good. It shows some signs of use (slight haloing).
Flora scarf in pure silk with yellow frame. It was designed by Vittorio Accornero for Gucci in 1966, who conceived it as a gift for Princess Grace Kelly. It is a floral composition with berries and insects, composed of 37 bright colours on a white background. This scarf is still reproduced today and has become an iconic product of the Florentine House. It is in very good condition (very small stain)
Pure silk scarf by Falconetto Budgies and other colorful birds are nestled among leaves and flowers.
A pure silk scarf by the famous Venetian designer Roberta di Camerino, dating from the 1960s and 1970s, in shades of fuchsia and violet.
Foulard signed by the great French designer Maggie Rouff in pure silk with a design on a dove gray background. The print represents a flowering branch with a nest and two flying birds. It can be dated to the mid-1900s and is very well preserved; it has a few small speckles which do not preclude its use.
Foulard in large soft silk voile. On a creamy white background we find cords and tassels printed in bright colors in the prevailing shades of red. Condition is very good except for two slight blemishes.
Pure silk scarf signed by the French Maison Grès in shades of blue, with two pink and purple birds represented. The conditions are very good. has only a slight stain.
Pure silk scarf signed Must de Cartier, with oink and gold necklace on a pearl gray background.
Pure silk scarf by Roberto Capucci. The conditions are good, apart from minor stains which do not preclude its use. The lime yellow background is framed in brown; in the center we find the print of four oriental knights. Roberto Capucci is considered and internationally recognized as one of the greatest designers of the 20th century, and his passion for the oriental world is well known.
Large size scarf in pure silk signed Yves Saint Laurent (135 x 135 cm). The background is black, the geometric patterned print in red and electric blue is framed by stripes. It has been worn very little, kept in very good condition.
Yves Saint Laurent pure silk scarf. On a white background are printed red and white flowers and green leaves framed in electric blue.