Designer silk scarves for women flatter the wearer as they sing a soothing song of breaking waves rhythmically crashing on tropical beaches with the rising tide, a relaxing and fascinating experience.
Wear these beautiful scarves and, wherever you may be in real time, escape to the fantasy.
Look seaward and you may see fish silhouettes, like those in the design featured here, dark against the pale turquoise of transparent seas. White froth of air bubbles caps the waves as they hang, suspended in time.
All scarves are attractively finished with colour co-ordinated edging. Because of the individual nature of each artwork, sizes may vary slightly. To purchase, please choose from the Paypal drop-down menu, below.
Large square 100cm x 100cm - pure silk satin or pure silk crepe de chine. Limited edition (only 120)
Small Square 50cm x 50cm - pure silk satin or crepe de chine
Long Breaking Waves, pale blues 150cm x 25 cm approximately. Silk satin or crepe de chine.
Ocean Green, long, narrow 150cm x 15cm approximately.
Free postage for all scarves within Australia. Please add $25 postage to other countries. Packaged in specially designed Spirit of Oz white box with tissue, ribbon and care label
Tiny long 15 x 90 cm - pure silk habotai or crepe de chine.
Wrapped in tissue and posted in an envelope with matching greetings card and care label. Free postage world-wide.
Personalised gift cards available on request - no charge.
Free postage for all scarves within Australia. Please add $25 postage to other countries (except for tiny long).
Please click on each 'thumbnail' to enlarge it and then 'hover' your mouse over sections to see details of the design.
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Have you looked past the surface of waves into and through them? After all they are transparent, so see what you can discover!
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NB: Although the scarves were originally designed with women in mind, men may love the pale aqua color of these men's silk ties.
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