Probably from the early 1960’s (remember that blue & green craze that happened then?); this beauty was made in Japan, as were many (most?) of the mid-priced scarves found in the U.S. during the 1950’s and 1960’s. Italy and France have always been makers of wonderful scarves, too, and tended to be high-end if they were from those countries.
Like the Echo scarf shown a few days ago, it is signed with the maker’s name. There is also a small cloth tag in one corner, which is hardly ever seen now but used to be common. This tag gives country of manufacture and fabric content. Often the brand name is there, too, and sometimes care information.
Naturally, the material is a lux blend of silk and rayon and the edges are hand-rolled and stitched. High quality, beautiful scarves are a fabulous accessory and, you can’t have too many . . . . . . . . . . . .
MORGANA MARTIN, THE MAGICVINTAGESPY