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Ostrich Boa

William J. Black And White Ostrich Feather Saucer Style Hat With Boa, 1950s
Located in San Francisco, CA
1950s Rare William J. black and white ostrich feather saucer-style hat, with center, top button embellishment. Sold with a beautiful black and white feather boa that matches, but wa...
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1950s American Hats

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Ostrich Feather Boa
Located in Topanga, CA
Extremely long and dramatic 1930's ostrich feather boa. Kept in pristine condition, stored well, not dry.
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20th Century Spanish Scarves

1900s Magnificent French peach ostrich feather and silk boa
Located in Newark, DE
Superb peachy pink boa, superb condition. The ostrich feathers have been curled , it is complete with its original peachy silk tassels.
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20th Century French Edwardian Scarves

Bright White Ostrich Feather Boa
Located in New Hope, PA
An estate find this long and luxurious bright white ostrich feather boa is in excellent condition.
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1970s American Shawls

Ostrich Red And Cream Plume Boa Stole
Located in New York, NY
Ostrich Red And Cream Plume Boa Stole
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Early 20th Century French Scarves

Red and Black Ostrich Feather Short Boa or Collar
Located in New Hope, PA
Let this colorful ostrich feather neck piece tickle your fancy this season. The red and black color combination works well with many pieces and it would look great with dresses, stra...
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Mid-20th Century American Scarves

ELIZABETH MASON COUTURE Black Ostrich Tassel Boa
By Elizabeth Mason Couture
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This Elizabeth Mason Couture ostrich boa is composed of a black ostrich. Features two tassels. Designed in Beverly Hills. Measures (Approximately) Length: 54"
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21st Century and Contemporary American Scarves

White Ostrich Feather Vintage boa
Located in London, GB
A super stylish ostrich feather boa. This boa is wonderfully fluffy and full, and very white . It measures 78'' in length.
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1970s Unknown Scarves

1950s Peach Ostrich Feather Boa
Located in London, GB
A really beautiful piece this graded peach ostrich feather boa/cape is loads of fun and is a great way to add a splash of colour to any outfit. The three layers of feathers are attac...
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1950s Capes

Art Deco 1920s 1930s Off White Cocoa Brown Ostrich Feather Boa Tassels, Paris
Located in London, GB
Beautiful French Art Deco off white ostrich feather boa, with cocoa brown highlights spaced at intervals along the boa, and featuring stylish long cream ribbon tassels. The tassels ...
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Early 20th Century French Scarves

Art Deco 1920s 1930s Cocoa Brown Ostrich Feather Boa with Grey Tassels, Paris
Located in London, GB
Beautiful French Art Deco cocoa brown ostrich feather boa featuring stylish long grey ribbon and crochet tassels. Measuring length 135cm / 53.15 inches. The boa is in very good condi...
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Early 20th Century French Scarves

Art Deco 1920s 1930s Off White Dark Brown Ostrich Feather Boa Tassels, Paris
Located in London, GB
Beautiful French Art Deco off white ostrich feather boa, with dark brown highlights spaced at intervals along the boa, and featuring stylish long cream ribbon tassels. The tassels ar...
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Early 20th Century French Scarves

Art Deco 1920s 1930s Black Off-White Ostrich Feather Boa with Tassels, Paris
Located in London, GB
Beautiful French Art Deco black and off-white ostrich feather boa featuring stylish long ribbon tassels also in black and off-white. The tassels are decorated with small round and la...
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Early 20th Century French Scarves

1970's Pink Ostrich Feather Boa
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Cotton candy pink boa is comprised of ostrich feathers and sporadic strands of iridescent plastic. Very glam. One size. Length is 120".
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1970s Unknown Scarves

Ostrich Boa For Sale on 1stDibs

You are likely to find exactly the vintage or contemporary ostrich boa you’re looking for on 1stDibs, as there is a broad range for sale. Our collection includes a variety of colors, spanning Black, Brown, White and more. You’re likely to find the perfect ostrich boa among the distinctive accessories we have available, which includes versions made as long ago as the 20th Century as well as those produced as recently as the 21st Century. An accessory like this designed by Elizabeth Mason Couture — each of whom created a beautiful version of this treasured item — is worth considering. There aren’t many items for men if you’re seeking these accessories, as most of the options available are for women and unisex.

How Much is a Ostrich Boa?

The price for an ostrich boa starts at $170 and tops out at $1,200, and on average, selling for $350.

Fashion of the 20th Century

Find an extraordinary range of authentic Christian Dior fashion on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing our collection of unique vintage and designer fashion to elevate your daily look or to introduce new colors to the dazzling formal wear in your wardrobe, this designer’s body of work includes elements of red, purple, blue and other tones. Customers who are interested in this designer might also find the work appealing and attractive. On 1stDibs find designer, vintage and haute couture Christian Dior fashion from top boutiques around the world. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $44 and tops out at $175,500, while the average work can sell for $748.

Finding the Right Scarves for You

We’ve long had a love affair with vintage and designer scarves. Every glamorous go-to ensemble deserves the lightweight finishing touch that can be added with this stylish, versatile accessory.

Scarves have held a distinctive place in the evolution of formal and casual wear for centuries. And although now firmly entrenched in western culture, the origins of this neckwear are global.

Egyptian Queen Nefertiti is known to have worn a finely woven scarf with a headdress, and Emperor Cheng of the Chinese Han dynasty presided over an army of warriors whose scarves denoted their rank. The idea of scarves as status symbols still persists; for example, silk scarves, which were favored by the upper class during the reign of Queen Victoria, are an out-of-reach luxury item, cost prohibitive for many consumers. However, the increasing diversity of available materials over the years has rendered this adornment more accessible since their early days.

Luxury houses and various designers helped elevate scarves and long, flowing wraps as a desirable fashion accessory during the 20th century.

Visionary Italian designer Emilio Puccithe first fashion designer to enter the lifestyle market — introduced abstractions and dazzling psychedelic elements to scarves, while mid-century era multidisciplinary American artist Vera Neumann drew on Japanese techniques to create exuberant textile designs based on her paintings and drawings.

Established in Paris in 1837, Hermès didn’t start creating their famously decorative scarves until 100 years later, in 1937. Before long, the Hermès scarf, then crafted from strong imported Chinese silk, became an iconic work favored by actresses such as Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly, a lifetime enthusiast of the family-owned brand. Hermès has produced over 2,000 different scarf designs in the decades since Robert Dumas, Émile-Maurice Hermès’s son-in-law, crafted the first one.

On 1stDibs, find a broad selection of vintage scarves that includes flamboyant and colorful accessories designed by Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent and more.