Japanese Iris scarf

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A silk scarf printed with a design of Japanese Iris, a type of flower native to Japan.

For centuries, the flower has been a source of inspiration for Japanese writers, artists and craftsman. For example the British Museum holds a print by the Japanese artist Meisho Edo hyakkei called 'Flowering Irises at Horikiri', 1857 - a beautiful artwork showing stalks and leaves of irises.

The scarf measures 150cm by 35cm and is ideal as a culturally-inspired gift.

View 'Flowering Irises at Horikiri' here

  • Product Code: CMCN434780
  • Dimension: 150cm x 35cm
  • SUBTITLE: British Museum
  • Gift: For her
  • Material: Silk
  • Details: Produced by Fox & Chave
  • Weight: 0.20 Kg

A silk scarf printed with a design of Japanese Iris, a type of flower native to Japan.

For centuries, the flower has been a source of inspiration for Japanese writers, artists and craftsman. For example the British Museum holds a print by the Japanese artist Meisho Edo hyakkei called 'Flowering Irises at Horikiri', 1857 - a beautiful artwork showing stalks and leaves of irises.

The scarf measures 150cm by 35cm and is ideal as a culturally-inspired gift.

View 'Flowering Irises at Horikiri' here

  • Product Code: CMCN434780
  • Weight: 0.20 Kg