I printed this lovely soft scarf by hand using stamps which I carved myself. This lion pattern as well as the decorative stamp are primarily based on a gold embroidery from the 12th century with a few additions and alterations inspired by medieval artwork. I initially cut this lion stamp for Sir Brealthen de Raimes elevation at Gulf Wars 2019.
This scarf has a beautifully soft and warm 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 12th century lion print – purple (magenta)/white
Width: ca. 28 inch
Length: ca. 68 inch
Fabric: new & pre-washed “pashmina feel” fabric,
50% cotton & 50%viscose,
ca. 9 oz/250 g
Print: 12th century lion 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 – the color of the scarf is a lovely magenta and is slightly darker than it appears on the pictures.