Thunbergia mysorensis (n) – also called Indian Clock Vine or Lady’s Slipper, is a species of flowering plant native to south- ern tropical India.
Inspired by the work of William Morris, this design brings flowing Arts and Crafts foliage bang up to date with a tropical hanging vine straight from the jungles of India. The repeat tile print is hand-painted in watercolours, meaning there is some variation from scarf to scarf, in keeping with William Morris’ vision to create artisan, hand-crafted pieces to treasure.
Our Aviator style scarves are inspired by Amelia Earhart and are finished with a fine fringe to the ends to make them the perfect shape to swoosh out behind you while flying a plane, or just strutting your stuff down the high street.
The Daylight Bright Indian Clock Vine print scarf is printed onto luxurious pure silk satin, for a beautifully soft drape with a subtle shine.
All our scarves are carefully wrapped in tissue paper and placed in a hand-embossed box, perfect for treasuring for years to come. They make the perfect gift for yourself or someone special.
200 × 20 cm
We recommend storing your scarf in it's box in order to keep it safe from moths.
Silk is a very delicate fabric and is best dry cleaned, but you can remove stains by hand washing with a gentle soap and warm water.
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Artist Return Policy :
This item can be returned.
Under the consumer contract regulations, you have the right to cancel your order up to 14 days from the day you receive your goods.
You could notify us of your wish to cancel the order by emailing us, and then you have further 14 days from the date you notify to return the goods.
“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful” – William Morris
Also the Bison was founded by London-based designer Maddie Chambers following graduation from her MA in Fashion, during which she studied the designs and working practices of William Morris, and his daughter May Morris. These working practices have become the foundation of our business and what we believe in:
Design – Maddie hand paints all the bright, whimsical designs which gives each piece an artisan quality that cannot be replicated by digital colouring.
Recycling – we aim to have as little environmental impact with our products as possible. We use the finest natural materials, that can be recycled to lengthen their lifespan, wherever possible, staying away from harmful synthetic fibres.
Sustainability – we use digital print rather than screen printing which uses fewer harmful dyes that can pollute our waterways.
Ethical Production – we support modern craftspeople, we work with other small businesses in the UK to produce our collections so we can be sure that our production is ethical.
Practicality – we ensure that our products are not only beautiful, but useful, and can be treasured for years to come.
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