Designed for the David Parr House by artist, Saskia Huning, this light weight 100% silk crepe de chine scarf features the artist’s interpretation of David Parr’s own painted glass window design.
Based on the stained glass panelled kitchen window in David Parr House (which served as a modesty screen), artist Saskia Hunting has re-interpreted the pattern to create a delicate yellowy-golden scarf.
Saskia is was part of the house restoration team, and was responsible for the the recreation of the lost areas in the Drawing Room decorative scheme. She is an expert in this area of practice, working with paint analysis reports, different materials and colours to formulate the correct ingredients and working methods to replace lost areas of painted wall designs.
The scarf measures approx. 142cm x 42cm.
Discreet lettering on the scarf reads ‘Saskia Huning for David Parr House 2020’.
Dry clean only.