Tessitura Attilio Bottinelli

Ladies scarf silk striped

Tessitura Attilio Bottinelli
Ladies scarf silk striped
    59,90 €
    32,90 €all prices incl. VAT., excl. shipping costs
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    General Information

    Light and soft. The silk scarf

    Scarfs made of pure silk are comfortable to wear because the material is light, smooth, soft and skin-friendly. Here comes one that features striking stripe patterns in four colors that run lengthwise, crosswise and diagonally depending on the scarf section. The edges of the scarf are hand rolled.

    Tessitura Attilio Bottinelli.

    The Tessitura Attilio Bottinelli was founded in May 1931 by Attilio and his sons Domenico, Paolo, Piero, and Daniele Bottinelli. Based near Como, the weaving mill started out manufacturing jacquard tie fabrics and quickly found its focus in the export business. Over time, the Bottinellis kept investing in new machinery and equipment. In later years, they introduced prints on silk and natural fibres and launched new material mixes, for example, silk combined with cotton. Today, the renown of the Tessitura Attilio Bottinelli for their ties, scarves and shawls in the best Italian fashion tradition has spread far beyond Europe.

    Product Information

    Article Number 207232

      100% silk. Made in Italy. 70 × 70 cm.
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