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Vintage

Hawaii & Holland Souvenir Scarves, Pair

MCME

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Hawaii & Holland Souvenir Scarves, Pair
Hawaii & Holland Souvenir Scarves, Pair
Hawaii & Holland Souvenir Scarves, Pair
Hawaii & Holland Souvenir Scarves, Pair

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; some wear
Materials:
silk
Size:
23" L x 23" W x 0.5" H
Color/Finish:
blue/multi

Why We Love This

Two hand-rolled silk souvenir scarves featuring Hawaii and Holland. Hawaii scarf label reads "Hand Rolled. Pure Silk. Made in Japan" and measures approximately 23"Sq. Holland scarf lacks label, but is hand-rolled, likely silk or silky rayon, and measures approximately 17"Sq. Graphic shows Amsterdam, windmill, Dutch girls, more. Both scarves have a few tiny (hard to see) holes, and minor age fade.
As described by MCME

About MCME

For more than 20 years, MCME’s The Sophisticated Reader partners have collected and sold books on art, design and popular culture in antique stores, vintage markets and at rare book auctions. MCME specializes in sought-after antique and vintage hardcovers, paperbacks and magazines. We also curate private library installations. Experienced as interior designers and writers, we have been widely published in the entertainment and news media, and have appeared on Bravo's "Million Dollar Decorator."