This vintage Liberty of London silk scarf is from the early 1960s and possibly the late 1950s. It’s unique print is not the paisley that we most often associate with scarves made by Liberty of London, but instead seems to be more scenic. There appears to be mountains, sun, waves and gulls! And, the colors are amazing in this detailed print. Inside the rich copper border that surrounds the square scarf, the print displays a number of colors including, several shades of gray, cream, blue, brown, gold, orange and two shades of green. The hem is machine stitched. I love this fabulous scarf and a collector of Liberty of London silk scarves is sure to love this beauty, too!
Condition: Very Good
I really can’t find much of anything in the way of issues with this vintage scarf. But, on the right lower side of the scarf to the right of the “Liberty of London” logo, there is a very small pull that you can see if looking closely. It extends about midway up the side of the scarf. I believe this can be seen in the photos of the signature. When viewing the scarf in person, I don’t think you really would notice it but for a tiny strand of silk on a gold section of the design that has been the culprit for the pull and it’s a tiny loop of silk. This stunning print executed in silk will certainly be the focal point of this scarf and not this minor pull.
Label: None Present
Incorporated into the Print: Liberty of London, All Silk, Made in England
22 ½” x 22”
This seller is a proud member of The Vintage Fashion Guild (VFG) and The Costume Society of America (CSA)
Vintage Liberty of London Scenic Silk Scarf 1960s