‘Arts and Crafts Home’ silk scarf by Rory Hutton



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Bring the beauty and sophistication of nineteenth century interior design into your wardrobe with this exquisite silk scarf, inspired by William Morris, Oscar Wilde, and their artistic circle.

Featuring a classic Arts and Crafts style font, the scarf showcases a well-known quote from Morris that Wilde frequently used in his lectures on taste and decoration: “Have nothing in your house which you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful”.

Accompanying the quote is a depiction of the classic Sussex chair, designed by Philip Webb, which became a must-have item for aesthetic decorators.

The scarf’s design also includes stunning sunflowers in Chinese-style vases, one of the most iconic emblems of the Aesthetic movement. This movement was characterised by a love of beautiful objects and an appreciation for blue and white Chinese and Japanese porcelains, which were collected by many of its followers, including James McNeill Whistler and Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

A collection of fashionable Arts and Crafts style vases is also depicted, all set within a border of pomegranates and mistletoe, popular motifs of the period.

Elegantly crafted in Italy from 100% silk with rolled edges, this 90x90cm scarf is the perfect accessory for any interior design aficionado or lover of timeless elegance. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of history with this beautiful scarf.
100% Silk
Rolled Edges
Made in Italy

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