Wool and Silk Texas Stallion Scarf in Garnet Red & Black Sapphire

Sabina Savage
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Sabina Savage Wool and Silk Texas Stallion Scarf in Garnet Red & Black Sapphire

• Square
• Printed from a Hand-Drawn Illustration
• The Original Illustration takes Sabina Around Six Weeks to Complete
• Multicolor Print
• Hand-Finished Fringed Edges
• Light Weight

Sabina Savage takes inspiration from all over the world as she creates extraordinary narratives that tell imaginative and detailed stories about the lives of animals both great and small. The Naturalist's Handbook focuses on Alfred Swift, a botanical and zoological artist that is thrown into an adventure and given the task of traveling across rural America, when a fellow zoologist goes missing. The illustrations also reference Victorian zoological and botanical illustrators and the Fraktur folk art movement from 19th century America.

"As evening fell, I trod the dusty paths into Texas, passing bones and dead branches at every pass. An American kestrel flew low overhead, ushering in the dusk. I heard the dry grasses rustle beside me, scattering their seed at my feet, and within moments a breathtaking stallion emerged onto the path, closely followed by his herd." — Sabina Savage, The Naturalist's Handbook

Fabric: 70% Wool, 30% Silk
Approx. Size: 53" x 53"
Care: Dry Clean Only
Origin: Printed & Made in Como, Italy

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