Medow Daylight Silk Scarf
Imagine that it is a nice warm late spring day, with sunshine and a beautiful blue sky. The bees are buzzing to collect honey from the flowers blooming on the meadow you are standing on. A light breeze touches your skin and it brings the scent of the Lily of the valley. What if a scarf could bring you that sensation every time you wear it?
The Meadow Silk Scarves were inspired on the middle panel of the Adoration of the Lamb by Van Eyck and are meant to awaken the sensation of joy in the Garden of Eden. It features the bold scented Lily of the Valley, the subtle Violet, the tiered Woodruff and to always keep the sunshine with you, the Dandelion. The softness of the material feels like a summer breeze while protecting you from the chill.
This Product is available in 3 sizes (63x63 cm, 90x90 cm, 128x128 cm), in 3 materials and 7 colourways. (Bauxite, Moss, Paddle, Daylight, Candyland, Midnight, Fog)
You can read more about the design process in this blog post.
Materials: 100% Silk Twill or Silk Limone or 70% Cotton – 30% Silk Voile.
Care information: 100% Silk – Dry clean only (May be hand washed in cold water with soft silk detergent on your OWN RISK), low heat ironing
Cotton-Silk Blend – 30°C gentle washing, low heat ironing
Made in The Netherlands
This is a 'Made to Order' product. Orders are sent to the printer every Tuesday after receiving clear payment. Production can take 4-8 weeks depending on the workload of the printer and the delivery network. Shipping date depend on the production. Delivery time may vary country to country and the load of the delivery network.
In case of cancellation during production time only 50% of the price and shipping cost are refunded. If cancellation happens before it is sent to production, all costs are 100% refundable.
Products can be returned within 14 days of delivery, but we refund only 50% of the price. We do not refund shipping costs.
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Images are illustrations of the product; the colours may differ on your screen and in reality.