Here’s a bold floral print silk scarf from the 1960s made by Liberty of London. The print has a unique hand painted appearance that’s somewhat modern and different than what you usually think of when you think “Liberty of London” which is their lovely paisley prints. The six flowers on the scarf are very large and are moderately abstract and look a little as if they have been decorated with a sponge. Light and dark shades of gold with bittersweet orange centers, the flowers really have a lot of detail and are quite unique. The background of various shades of Olive green and mint green creates a nice contrast for the gold flowers. A wide border of gold surrounds this garden of large blossoms and the border is also detailed with a crackled glass look done with darker shades of gold and brown. There’s a lot going on in this busy floral print. And, as always expected from these beautiful scarves designed by Liberty and made in England, the quality of the soft silk is exquisite with a lovely sheen!
Condition: Very Good
This scarf has no fading and has no issues to note.
Incorporated into the design and in the lower left hand side of the border is Made in England, Liberty of London.
27” x 28”
This seller is a proud member of The Costume Society of America (CSA) and The Vintage Fashion Guild (VFG).