A 100% silk scarf designed exclusively for the British Museum in collaboration with the De Morgan Foundation.
The peacock plate at the centre of the design dates from 1888 -1907. It was designed by William De Morgan, the most celebrated ceramics artist of the Arts and Crafts Movement. De Morgan (1839-1917) is best known for his whimsical designs, vivid turquoise and green hues and intricate patterns, which were inspired by Islamic pottery. The peacock centrepiece is surrounded by intricate borders featuring details taken from De Morgan's blackbird vase and floral tiles.
An exclusive collaboration piece between the British Museum Company and the De Morgan Foundation, the scarf is ideal as a gift or also suitable for framing.