"Broken Silk Scarf - Spitalfield Circa 1820"
Circa 1820 England Elegant silk silk scarf - England manufactory of Spitalfield circa 1820. Seven boteh bunches of naturalistic flowers constitute each end of this scarf silk-ivory bottom. On the sides presence of the original edges of the loom. Stems in bells, sunflowers and margins of daisies in saturated colors salmon, parma, pale pink, olive green, white and blue-sky. Small fringes of origin at both ends. Excellent state of color and conservation Dimensions: 266 x 66 cm and 2 cm fringes Dating from the Regency period, this type of scarf manufactured in England directly competed with Lyon production. In fashion between 1795 and 1830, especially during the First Empire, the fashion engravings often illustrate this type of scarf of a very neoclassical taste. Here European flowers take precedence over the Indian decor. Clean silk twill very solid without hole .... Note four small halos at the end of a border. Otherwise excellent condition. More info: https: //villa-rosemaine.com/bourse/pieces/wedding-broken-screw