Size: 55” long without fringe (fringe adds 1” on each end) and 11.75” wide
Label: James Drew of Burlington Arcade, Made in Scotland
This Scottish-made, Royal Stewart tartan scarf from the 1950s is made of a 70% cashmere and 30% wool blend. A classic winter scarf in a long rectangle shape with fringed ends, it will add a pop of warm and cozy, bright red plaid to your cold-weather attire! The scarf is in very good condition, with two very small flaws (munches?) which are visible only on one side of the weave—they do not go all the way through, and should not be noticed when the scarf is worn (see close-up photos). Other than these two tiny flaws, this 1950s Royal Stewart plaid wool and cashmere scarf appears unworn, and would make a great holiday gift!