This beautiful 1960's - 1970's colorful knit top, or possibly a mini dress, was made in Italy by the famous award-winning maker, Goldworm.
It features a 17.5" zipper closure at the back from its mock turtleneck. Each sleeve has a two button closure at its darted wrists. The colors include an olive green background with a floral motif of white, black, dark purple, mustard yellow, gray, and marroon colors.
Goldworm was an American sportswear company that ran from 1927 to 1981. It was particularly famous for its knitwear designs.
The inside hem is finished with a beautiful, midnight blue 1 3/4" lace trim.
The tag is marked a size 10, but please refer to the photos for approximate measurements of the garment. I am not sure if it is a mini dress or a top. It measures 30" from the top back of the mock turtleneck to the bottom hem. It measures 20" from the front underarm to the bottom of the front hem. The front length is a bit shorter than the back length.
The Goldworm company was founded in 1927 by Samuel Goldworm (d.1953) and his wife Gertrude (d.1983). Their son, Robert Goldworm, joined the company in 1947, and succeeded his father as company president. Under Robert's leadership, the company became quickly renowned for high quality knitwear, for which it won a Coty Award in 1956. Robert Goldworm was an active promoter of knitwear, opening a base in Milan, Italy, where he could have top-quality Italian knits made for the New York market. The first designer of American knits in Italy, in 1959 he was made a Commander of the Order of the Star of Italian Solidarity by the Italian government in recognition of his active promotion and support of the Italian knitwear industry. In addition to this, Goldworm won five Woolknit Design Awards. REF: Wikipedia
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