Packard Motors Silk Scarf
Packard Motors Silk Scarf. Founded in 1899, Packard Motor Car Company was a luxury automobile brand based in Detroit, Michigan, with the last being built in 1958. Classic luxury automobile enthusiasts: The 1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible Victoria won Best in Show at The Concours d'Elegance in Pebble Beach in 2013. The shell of the Packard Plant still remains in Detroit and is one of the city's most explored and photographed abandoned structures.
13.5" x 69" + knotted fringe, soft, extremely lightweight gauzy and delicate. Note: minor imperfections are part of the charm and character of handcrafted silk.
Our silk fair trade scarves are purchased directly from the weavers in Thailand at the price they set.
CARE: machine wash on delicate in a mesh bag or carefully hand wash cold; lay flat or hang to dry. You may iron on the design with a dry iron on medium heat.
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