This flower print scarf, featuring the beautiful temple flowers or cream frangipanis, is one of the most popular designs in the current Spirit of Oz collection.
It evokes the romance and magic of still, moonlit nights, when the flowers' perfume wafts gently in the balmy air.
That feeling lingers as you wrap the gorgeous soft silk around you...
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 drop-down menu, below.
Large square 100cm x 100cm - pure silk satin or pure silk crepe de chine. Limited edition of only 120 pieces.
Small Square 50cm x 50cm - pure silk satin or crepe de chine
Long 25cm x 150 cm - pure silk habotai or crepe de chine
Packaged in specially designed Spirit of Oz white box with tissue, ribbon and care label
Small long 16 x 96 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
Free postage for all scarves within Australia. Please add $25 postage to other countries.
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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Surrounded by glossy, dark green, spatulate shaped leaves, a cluster of beautiful, five petaled flowers springs from a long stem at the ends of the frangipani tree's branches. Although all frangipani flowers have some perfume, this one is the most delightful, its scent hanging heavily in the cool tropical night air, attracting moths as well as those with romantic visions.
Moths are responsible for pollinating the flowers, as they brush against them, flitting from one to another.
Often used as the flower of choice for weddings in tropical countries, they also lend themselves to being made into leis for ceremonial occasions or floated in bowls as a table decoration.
I couldn't resist making my paintings and drawings of flowers into a frangipani design for fashionable scarves that connect to such interesting cultural and historical stories.
Some, especially the Multi and the Coffee scarves include many shades of each colour so they easily complement a plain coloured outfit. If you follow the links to the page which features a particular design that you like, enlarge it, then hold your plain coloured top or jacket nearby, you should be able to find an echoing colour in the scarf. That way you know that the scarf colours will complement your outfit (they have a colour in common).