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).
A red silk chiffon scarf signed Germana Marucelli, the forerunner designer of Made in Italy (she took part in the first events that marked the debut of Italian fashion in Florence). The condition is very good, with the exception of a few spots.
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 Valentino with a golden frame that creates a picture around a floral print on a green background. It has a few small stains that do not preclude its use.
Pure silk scarf signed Ken Scott with a coloured design of a crowing rooster. Condition is very good except for a few spots which do not preclude use
A pure silk scarf by the famous Venetian designer Roberta di Camerino, dating from the 1960s and 1970s, in shades of fuchsia and violet.
Scarf in pure silk signed Salvatore Ferragamo. On an antique pink background there are dogs that seem to be lying on a carpet. The condition of the silk is good, except for signs of use (halos).
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 Hermès."Charreada"was designed by Jean de Fougerolle and produced for the first time in 1990. It represents a Mexican rodeo, with the traditional work practices of the charros or cowboys. This version is in shades of blue and is kept in its original box.
Gucci scarf in shades of brown, printed with small stirrups, a reference to the world of horses and riding typical of the Florentine brand.
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.