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Can you read this signature?

Discussion in 'PUBLIC Vintage Fashion - Ask Questions Get Answers' started by Another Time Antiques, Jun 11, 2004.

  1. Hi....

    This is the signature block on a beautiful OpArt silk scarf. I've traveled around cyberworld trying to figure out who this is. Any guesses here??

    http://members.sparedollar.com/boycetime/blscarf3.jpg

    Thanks!


    .........ohboy.....brain freeze.....why can't I get my picture to show in here??? Used ubb [​IMG]
     
  2. Leisa

    Leisa VFG Member

    Oh I remember this scarf from VCAB a year or so ago...

    Here ya go, kids!
    <img src="http://img.ranchoweb.com/images/leisa/blscarf.jpg">

    Jean Cassevaue, maybe?
     
  3. yeah.....thats about when I started! Gave up and tucked her away.......
    :)
     
  4. bartondoll

    bartondoll Guest

    Jean Casauaere?.........that last loopy name is a doozy!

    Sue
     
  5. poopoolooloo

    poopoolooloo Registered Guest

    Oh my gosh! I remember this sig.! It drove me crazy. I'm lost after the s. hmmm Casauae?? and I'm not even sure about that
     
  6. artizania

    artizania Alumni +

    Casonove?????
     
  7. heres my thinking

    my eyes are seeing....

    Jean Cas _ _ ane
    or
    Jean Casavove ?
    or
    Jean Casamere ?

    she must be registered somewhere!!!!!!!:o The design says the scarf is very 60s to 70s era.......

    Jean - where are you!!!!!!
     
  8. heres the corner of the allover design:

    <img src=http://members.sparedollar.com/boycetime/blscarf2.jpg>
     
  9. Leisa

    Leisa VFG Member

    Barbara - here's that HTML code I promised you.
    Hope it will show up here.

    &lt"http://img.ranchoweb.com/images/leisa/blscarf.jpg"&gt

    That'll get ya this: hopefully

    <img src="http://img.ranchoweb.com/images/leisa/blscarf.jpg">

    You just put &lt"http://THE URL OF YOUR PIC FROM YOUR PHOTO HOST"&gt

    Remember to put quotation marks around it & no spaces. Have Fun!
     
  10. cherry-pie-and-roses

    cherry-pie-and-roses Registered Guest

    My census-researching eyes, which have interpreted some pretty strange looking handwriting, see this:

    Jean Casallave (Spanish or Portugese)

    Casa llave means house key in Spanish.
     
  11. cherry-pie-and-roses

    cherry-pie-and-roses Registered Guest

    Bump in case you missed it.
     
  12. Leisa

    Leisa VFG Member

    er... guess i was late w/the html.

    Glad you got it, Barb. ;)
     
  13. new idea!

    this mystery just gave me an idea.....

    in our labels resource page, maybe we should have a catagory called: mysteries!:D
     
  14. ooohhh cherry pie----

    cherie pie..... I think you may have hit on something! I can see casallave in those rolls. Will do some research on that!

    and I just threw this signature into the label thread for possibilities.....
     
  15. bartondoll

    bartondoll Guest

    I think 'mysteries' is a good idea! There are a lot of signature labels that IF you don't know them (take
    Adrian for example), you would be at a loss.

    Sue
     
  16. cherry-pie-and-roses

    cherry-pie-and-roses Registered Guest

    Oh, yeah, Adrian's label....more than once, we've seen his goodies up for auction by the unknowing seller.
     

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