Nautical flags twill silk sash scarf
A feminine accessory crafted from soft twill silk and finished with hand-rolled subtle foulard stitching. Primarily worn by men, tracing its origins back in the 17th century worn by Dubrovnik noble men, and later on Croatian mercenaries. Those men’s scarves were referred to as “cravats” (from the French cravate, meaning “Croat”), and were the precursor of the necktie and more so bow tie. Featuring elegant design inspired by nautical heritage and its flags, more specifically Dubrovnik in middle ages use to be maritime republic an empire at sea, with strong fleets of ships both for their own protection and to support extensive trade across Mediterranean.
Add a statement to your dressing with this maritime heritage feminine piece.
Dimension: 35x 135cm