Scarves Ode to the Vintage Scarves

amberle

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First of all I want to truly :ty: mistikat for opening this thread.
I love hermès scarves and in particular I adore the vintage ones.
I would like to share this love with other members. I hope there will be other member that will share their love for vintage scarves too.
I own just 3 vintage scarves but I want to add more vintage scarves to my collection in the future. I love them and I would like to share some pics.

The first one I post the pics is called Haute Lice, is by Ledoux and it should be from 1969 (the Roman number in the scarf should indicate 1969).
There is an artisan that work in the centre. Around there is a battle, a hunt scene and a man who plays harp.
 

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amberle

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The second one is called La Comedie Italienne, is from Ledoux, 1962.
It is the only jacquard silk I own and I find jacquard really beautiful.
There are beautiful masks in the scarf.
 

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amberle

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The third one is Les Chemins de l'Ile de France, Françoise De La Perriere, 1953This is a quite rare scarf, I think.
I think that none of the 3 scarves has been reissued, but correct me if I'm wrong in this or in any other information I wrote and add any other information you have!
 

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frou frou

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The second one is called La Comedie Italienne, is from Ledoux, 1962.
It is the only jacquard silk I own and I find jacquard really beautiful.
There are beautiful masks in the scarf.

I've just happened on this thread, and want to say thankyou for sharing . All your vintage scarves are glorious, this one La Comedie Italienne really does it for me .
I love the Commedia dell'arte and the way the characters forever play out their fate . And the characters appear in the Carnaval , the piano suite by Schumann. Harlequin is on my Carnaval de Venise too.
 

amberle

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I've just happened on this thread, and want to say thankyou for sharing . All your vintage scarves are glorious, this one La Comedie Italienne really does it for me .
I love the Commedia dell'arte and the way the characters forever play out their fate . And the characters appear in the Carnaval , the piano suite by Schumann. Harlequin is on my Carnaval de Venise too.
Thanks dear for your nice words!
I also love the Commedia dell'arte and I love Carnaval the Venise!If I'm not wrong it is a jacquard silk scarf as La Comedie Italienne and it is from 1993, so it is almost a vintage scarf..You could add the pics in this thread!;)
 

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Thanks dear for your nice words!
I also love the Commedia dell'arte and I love Carnaval the Venise!If I'm not wrong it is a jacquard silk scarf as La Comedie Italienne and it is from 1993, so it is almost a vintage scarf..You could add the pics in this thread!;)


Carnaval de Venise is a jacquard, there are little mandolins in the weave . I'll post some pictures of it , and maybe my Napoleon , another jacquard .

Still, neither of these are as unusual as your lovely collection!
 
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