Silk Satin Square Scarf with Lemur and Cactus in Emerald Green 110
- Material: 100% Mulberry Silk
- Fabric: Silk Satin
- Measure: 110cm * 110cm
The scarf is made of 100% mulberry silk. Twill fabrics technically have a front and a back side, it is usually more durable and more attractive. The scarf has a sophisticated hand-rolled three-dimensional trim around the edges. The traditional screen printing offer a brighter color. The attention to details result in a wearable work of art that tells the story of its artisans, and carries the legacy of a brand. Silk scarf is a must fashion accessory with incredible versatility. It can be used to keep warm in winter and in any seasons to polish your style by securing hair during outdoor excursions, sporting events especially when horse involved and particularly during the summer months when trips to the ocean.
The design draws its inspiration from ring-tailed lemurs, the most amiable species of lemurs, known for their laid back lifestyle.
The artist and designer Cheng Jing, was captured by a scene from BBC's Planet Earth - It was a dark night. A tiny mouse lemur woke up from dormancy and scrambled up a baobab tree, its big eyes shining in the moonlight. A huge scarlet flower was blooming, glittering nectar dripping off the golden pistils. The mouse lemur gently held a thick petal, earnestly sipping its first meal in many months. When it jumped to another flower, it also spread pollen to this ancient plant.
Our stunning lemur scene is dedicated to Madagascar, paradise of the smallest primate in the world, the mouse lemur. In this lush, exotic tropical region, their favorite jujube trees abound. They also feast on juicy maguey and cactuses. One of the most adorable scenes of nature is a family of ring-tailed lemurs dancing on prickly cactus leaves – captured perfectly here on a chic scarf.
Change your mind? Easy returns and refunds.
WHAT can be returned?
Item must be returned with original package with all parts.
Item must be in resalable condition when it returns.
Customer would need to pay for the return postage if it is a no seller's fault return.
Return or exchange for custom orders are not accepted unless there is a quality problem.
Please be aware that there is always minor defects along with handicrafts and it is not a quality issue. If you are a perfectionism, please reconsider your decisions.
WHEN do items need to be returned by?
30 days after purchase
HOW do customers return items?
Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will give you further instructions.
We are striving to achieve 100% customer satisfaction, good communication will make a great resolution.
CREDIT for return?
Full refund could be made on request if is our fault.
Postage would still be charged on requests made by customers who just change their minds and the balance would be issued.
Must be in original package
Silk Care Instruction
Silk Care Instructions
Even dry clean is recommended for silk, but hand wash for this delicate fabric at home is possible, just with extra care
Use cold water.
Add gentle cleaner within the water, professional silk cleaner is recommended, but baby soap or shampoo is fine
Clean it gently for 2-4 minutes
Rinse in clean water, it may take a few minutes
You may use a towel to dry it or dry the peace of silk away from the sun or direct heat.
You may press silk. Use iron’s ‘silk’ setting. Make sure your silk is still damp before you begin. If it’s already dried, use a spray bottle to add moisture.
Do not press with steam or re-damp the Silk locally, as water staining may occur. In the case the silk water-stains, then dip the garment in warm water for 2-3 minutes, dry and re-iron.
Note: For those with strong stain, bring it to profession dry cleaners.
For more information of how to clean silk, you may refer to: https://www.howtocleanthings.com/how-to-clean-silk/
Customer ReviewsBased on 1 review100%(1)0%(0)0%(0)0%(0)0%(0)N
Very soft and silky, love the pattern and the quality of the dyes used to print it. Scarf doesn't warp or stretch when I tie it around my head.
Overall, I love it