Silk Square Scarf - A. Canaletto - Lord Mayor´s Day
Our beautiful silk scarves are the perfect accessory to add to your fashion-forward wardrobe. Choose from a wide variety of our unique colors and designs!
This silk scarf is inspired by our iconic Antonio Canaletto painting London: The Thames on Lord Mayor’s Day (c. 1750), acquired by Ferdinand Philip, 6th Prince Lobkowicz (1724–1784). One of the most comprehensive visual records of London in the 18th century, the painting depicts the River Thames as the main life blood of the city — replete with river boats, flotillas, and livery companies to portray this traditional celebration. In 2012, the painting was loaned to the National Maritime Museum for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, which commemorated her 60 years on the throne. The historic occasion marked the first time the work had returned to England since it was painted.
- Dimensions: 85 x 85 cm / 33.5 x 33.5 in
- Material: 100% silk
- Hemming: rolled stitched edges
- Packaging: wrapped in a carton box
- Care: gentle hand wash
- Recommendation: Preserve the beauty of your scarves by storing them flat and untied.
These unique Lobkowicz-designed products are inspired by various paintings, artifacts, and motifs from the Collections. Take a piece of the Lobkowicz Collections home with you!
The Lobkowicz Collections
Purchasing this product will help support The Lobkowicz Collection o.p.s – a non-profit entity based in the Czech republic which manages the Lobkowicz Collections, one of Europe’s oldest, finest, and most intact family collections dating back over 1,000 years. To learn more about The Lobkowicz Collections, click on the Learn More button below. If you wish to further support out organization, we greatly appreciate any donations made.
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