Vintage Burgundy and Black Long Pashmina, Shawl, Wrap Scarf

£4.90
Made in Cambodia
Quantity:

Size

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Brand

Not Marked

Fabric

100% Silk

Measurments 

170cm length 58cm width

Condition Used

Good

History Of The Garment 

The first shawls were worn by Europeans in India  and with the interest of colonies in Britain the shawl became a important item in womens wardrobe through 16th and 17th century, but ceased to be a but seated to be a fashion item from the 1870s, owing to the introduction of the fitted bustle style. However by the mid to late-1990s became fashionable again with pashmina, a cashmere shawl usually made in attractive, plain colours.

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