Handmade Silk 1980s Scarf Clutch

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Cherie chose the 1980s fine silk scarf fabric that now has its original Peter Nygard signature tucked in discreetly amongst its fold. Marketa hand draped and meticulously stitched each drape into place to conform with the original design and still create something entirely new and gorgeous! We love the slight pouf feel it has and the nod to all thing baroque! The fabric chosen allowed for only this one bag to be made so it is completely unique and a true one of a kind! It is a chic way to add individuality to any modern ensemble and the perfect vintage twist!

Each bag is made entirely by hand through the collaborative efforts of Shrimpton & Marketa

14" wide x 8" tall folded, 12" tall unfolded, with black cotton twill lining and pockets. Each is shipped in a cotton, drawstring dustbag

Details

  • Period
    1980-1989
  • Condition
    Excellent
  • Dealer Location
    Toronto, Canada
  • Number of Items
    1
  • Reference Number
    AU1212271281374
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Located in Toronto, ON

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