Japan Exhibition Cranes In Flight Silk Scarf
The Royal Collection holds some of the most significant examples of Japanese art and design in the western world. For the first time, highlights from this outstanding collection are brought together in a prestigious exhibition to tell the story of 300 years of diplomatic, artistic and cultural exchange between the British and Japanese royal and imperial families. This new collection is inspired by the rare pieces of porcelain and lacquer, embroidered screens and other articles displayed in this magnificent exhibition.
Inspired by the intricate patterns typical of Japanese Cloisonné wares. This boldly patterned silk scarf was designed exclusively for Japan: Courts and Culture by print designer Rory Hutton, in the United Kingdom. Reimagined through Rory's original linocuts these ancient decorative devices of cranes, bamboo and lattice patterns take on a contemporary edge. In Japanese culture the crane is a symbol of good luck, here we see the crane depicted against the backdrop of the rising sun.
Crafted using the finest, 100% silk, this scarf was made in Italy.
45 x 180 cm.
Presented in a matching printed card wallet for gifting.
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