Out of stock
Origin: Eastern Europe | Slovakia
Era: WWII era (circa 1930-1950)
Condition: very good; light wear; couple small stains and marks; suitable for both wear and display
Measurements: 32″ x 31.5″
Additional Notes: Satin damask kerchiefs (commonly called brocade scarves) such as this were commercially woven in a wide range of colors and patterns and became especially popular in western and southern Slovakia as well as throughout Hungary. As these kerchiefs were mass produced, they made their way all over Europe and can also be seen in the folk costumes of Croatia, Italy, Poland, Germany, and France, among others. This particular example was collected in Slovakia. Depending on the type of light and how it hits, the kerchief varies in color slightly between white and ivory/egg-shell/off-white and the exact color is difficult to capture in photos. The last few close-up images gives the best representation of the actual color.
Suitable for wear
WWII Era (circa 1930-1950)