1950s

Vintage scarf, souvenir scarf, Rhodes Centenary Exhibition 1953, 50s, Colonies, Africa, Queen of England, Bulawayo

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  • Details
    ❤️vintage crepe rayon scarf from the 1950s
    ❤️Rhodes Centenary exhibition of 1953
    ❤️Scarf produced as souvenir for the 1953 exhibition of African culture and the British territories at the time of the early 50s in England
    ❤️Machined hem
    ❤️Original scarf made in the 1950s as a souvenir for this event.

    CONDITION
    OK
    🖤Hole in corner
    🖤Age spots
    🖤Spot stains

    SIZE
    28” SQUARE
    71cm
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