This is part of Frey Wille’s “Homage to Venice” collection, which still has jewelry available here. I used to be quite mad about Venice, and when I saw this scarf, it was irresistible. That said, I don’t remember ever wearing it, so it’s in great condition.
Quality is very comparable to an Hermes scarf in terms of silk weight, size, and finish. It’s difficult to see on photographs, but this scarf has a bright red contrast hemmed edge against the more deep maroon red right next to it. Imagine the skill it takes to (a) dye the edge of the scarf at just the right width to form the edge, and then (b) roll it and stitch it in place to form the contrast edge. This, to me, is the mark of a crafted item, rather than something just banged out by machine.
If you like red, this is an easy scarf to wear, because it includes multiple shades of red. It’s perfect for anyone who has red shoes which need to be worn more often! And I love the juxtaposition of something as ornate and dressy as the scarf with the intrinsically rugged plaid jacket and rubber boots.
If you’re interested in this gorgeous scarf, leave a comment starting with “I’m interested!”. Otherwise, just leave a normal comment! Next Saturday, I’ll see how many of you are interested, I’ll generate my usual random number, and contact the winner, as well as let you all know here.
The price for this scarf is $200 US, and I will pay shipping to anybody, anywhere in the world.
have a glorious weekend!