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Silk scarf with madder, cochineal, sumac and henna natural dyes

$90.00

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Description

This exquisite, 100% silk scarf with madder, cochineal, sumac and henna natural dyes features warm and subtle shades of warm coral and pale yellow. The textured lines are a result of the Shibori Nui technique. This delicate scarf is hemmed and measures 175cm x 35cm. It truly is a piece of original wearable art.

Scarves are an inexpensive, feminine and classy accessory any woman can use.

My scarves are designed in a large variety of colours and styles. I use different fabrics (silk, cotton, linen). This Nui Shibori on silk scarf, dyed with madder, cochineal, sumac and henna dyes can compliment a blouse, dress or jacket. Able to be tied in all manner of ways, scarves enhance any outfit and make a compelling fashion statement. It is my hope, that the woman who owns one of my scarves feels that she has an item that is something completely exclusive.

This is a perfect gift for a special friend or for yourself

Each scarf is created individually and there isn’t another one like it.

For many years, my dedication was to printmaking: intaglio, silkscreen and lithography. I studied at Montreal Museum of Fine Art, School of Art & Design and later went on to study Fine Art and Art Education, at University. My main interest was silkscreen, a technique which I practiced for many years. Now, I am working with natural dyes and Indigo shibori techniques.

My customers have described my naturally dyed scarves as delicate, eye-catching and desirable.

Please note that colours can appear different from one computer to the next.

Returns & Exchanges

I gladly accept exchanges
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within 30 days of delivery, at your expense
I don’t accept returns or cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Shipping is included on all orders over $200.00.
I welcome any questions related to this item, from serious buyers.

To keep this scarf in pristine condition, wash it in warm or cold water, using mild soap. Rinse thoroughly. To dry, roll the scarf between a towel and gently pat dry. If desired, it can be ironed at a low setting. A care instructions tag is attached to each scarf.

NEW! Indigo dyed napkins have been added to my shop. Look for them, in Home Decor category Dismiss