ESTHER BONTE Whitney 140x140 Cotton & Silk Scarf - Esther Bonté
  • APOCCAS ENGIO Silk Scarf in Mauve & Pink
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    These artisanal works of art comprise a weft (horizontal weave) of hand-spun Eri silk – also known as Ahimsa or peace silk, as long as the moth escapes the cocoon alive – and a warp (vertical weave) of Mulberry silk threads; all dyes are botanical in nature. The warps are (often) contrasting 2-tone colours complimented by and Eri silk weft in uni-colour or simple mudyom pattern.
  • APOCCAS ENGIO Silk Scarf in Latte & Brown/Oats
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    These artisanal works of art comprise a weft (horizontal weave) of hand-spun Eri silk – also known as Ahimsa or peace silk, as long as the moth escapes the cocoon alive – and a warp (vertical weave) of Mulberry silk threads; all dyes are botanical in nature. The warps are (often) contrasting 2-tone colours complimented by and Eri silk weft in uni-colour or simple mudyom pattern.
  • APOCCAS ENGIO Silk Scarf in Aubergine & Pink
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    These artisanal works of art comprise a weft (horizontal weave) of hand-spun Eri silk – also known as Ahimsa or peace silk, as long as the moth escapes the cocoon alive – and a warp (vertical weave) of Mulberry silk threads; all dyes are botanical in nature. The warps are (often) contrasting 2-tone colours complimented by and Eri silk weft in uni-colour or simple mudyom pattern.
  • APOCCAS ENGIO Silk Scarf in Teal
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    These artisanal works of art comprise a weft (horizontal weave) of hand-spun Eri silk – also known as Ahimsa or peace silk, as long as the moth escapes the cocoon alive – and a warp (vertical weave) of Mulberry silk threads; all dyes are botanical in nature. The warps are (often) contrasting 2-tone colours complimented by and Eri silk weft in uni-colour or simple mudyom pattern.
  • APOCCAS ENGIO Silk Scarf in Black & White
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    These artisanal works of art comprise a weft (horizontal weave) of hand-spun Eri silk – also known as Ahimsa or peace silk, as long as the moth escapes the cocoon alive – and a warp (vertical weave) of Mulberry silk threads; all dyes are botanical in nature. The warps are (often) contrasting 2-tone colours complimented by an Eri silk weft in uni-colour or simple mudyme pattern.
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