I printed this lovely soft scarf by hand using stamps which I carved myself. This lioness roundel pattern is based on a 11th century middle eastern ceramic depicting a lioness. I initially cut this lioness stamp for Sir Brealthen de Raimes elevation at Gulf Wars 2019. The other used stamps are inspired by 12th century goldwork embroidery and medieval artwork.
This scarf has a beautifully soft and cozy fabric with a good weight. It is perfect for cooler or windy days or air-conditioned places. Can be worn year round and is machine washable.
Scarf with 11th century lioness print – (honey/mustard) yellow/purple (magenta)
Width: ca. 28 inch
Length: ca. 74 inch
Fabric: new & pre-washed “pashmina feel” fabric,
50% cotton & 50%viscose,
ca. 8 oz/225 g
Print: 11th century lioness print, 12th century filling print
Machine-washable cold on delicate setting, line dry recommended
Made in Crestview, Florida, USA
Please keep in mind that photos sometimes can’t display the true colors. Every scarf and print is slightly different and unique due to the handprinting process.