Tudor Decorative Board Game Square Silk Scarf - This handsome printed square scarf in silk twill celebrates an ornate 16th-century German game board in The Met collection. Its decorative details include hunting scenes and figures from mythology, making it a chic and timeless addition to any wardrobe.
Versatile colors that will work well with most outfits.
King Henry VIII amassed a collection of at least 30 such boards, which were used for playing chess and tric-trac (an early French variant of backgammon). The sumptuous board is inlaid in ivory and mother-of-pearl and outfitted with Tudor symbols, such as the rose motif and its green-and-white color scheme.