Meadow Sherbets Silk Scarf


This is THE perfect silk scarf with an orange hand rolled edging.

The Meadow Sherbets design by Joy and Tamara of Ruby Kite is framed with an inky blue border and printed from their “Meadow” series of paintings onto gypsum.

Over the Summer Tamara has been been capturing the colours and textures of the fields that surround her studio in her artwork. The fields are filled with a tangle of wild flowers and grasses with pops of colour that change throughout the day. She and Joy chose 4 of her original paintings on plaster to print onto silk. The mark-making and texture from each little piece is greatly magnified to create wonderfully abstract detail on a large scale.

60cm square

The scarves are ethically produced and created using environmentally considerate dyes and natural materials. “Meadow Sherbets” is printed and made in England.

Each scarf is hand wrapped in one of their gorgeous silk pouches (made using off-cuts from our “Tree” silk scarves), so it arrives looking special and provides a great way to store your scarf.

Both packing and postage is included in the price shown.

2 in stock

Shipping Countries: United Kingdom (UK)

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Ruby Kite

Ruby Kite

Joy and Tamara have known each other for many years, as their children have grown up together. Their career paths crossed a couple of years ago, when Joy visited one of Tamara's exhibitions. Their aim is to create treasured, timeless pieces that prioritise longevity over fast fashion; original art scarves and textiles that stand-out in a world of mass production.

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