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  • Anthony Howell as Paul Milner wearing a burgundy and cream patterned scarf in the 2002 series "Foyle's War."
    • ITV
    • PBS

    Foyle's War

    2002

    Costume seen on Anthony Howell as Paul Milner

  • Rupert Everett as Mark Tietjens wearing a burgundy and cream patterned scarf in the 2012 mini-series "Parade's End."
    • HBO

    Parade's End

    2012

    Costume seen on Rupert Everett as Mark Tietjens

  • Kevin McNally as Horace Bryant wearing a burgundy and cream patterned scarf in the 2012 series "Downton Abbey."
    • ITV

    Downton Abbey

    2012

    Costume seen on Kevin McNally as Horace Bryant

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This elegant scarf has appeared in three different British television series. The first was 2002’s Foyle’s War where it can be seen draped around Anthony Howell as Paul Milner. The second sighting was in 2012’s Parade’s End on the character Mark Tietjens played by Rupert Everett. The third show to use the piece was Downton Abbey in 2012, where it was worn by Kevin McNally as Horace Bryant.

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About the Costume

This elegant scarf has appeared in three different British television series. The first was 2002’s Foyle’s War where it can be seen draped around Anthony Howell as Paul Milner. The second sighting was in 2012’s Parade’s End on the character Mark Tietjens played by Rupert Everett. The third show to use the piece was Downton Abbey in 2012, where it was worn by Kevin McNally as Horace Bryant.

This elegant scarf has appeared in three different British television series. The first was 2002’s Foyle’s War where it can be seen draped around Anthony Howell as Paul Milner. The second sighting was in 2012’s Parade’s End on the character Mark Tietjens played by Rupert Everett. The third show to use the piece was Downton Abbey in 2012, where it was worn by Kevin McNally as Horace Bryant.

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  • Adina
Costume Designer:
  • Rosalind Ebbutt

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