Each Sabina Savage scarf is a collectible, heritage piece — a wearable work of art.
Intricate designs tell an extensively researched and imaginative story. Each illustration is hand-drawn by Sabina—sometimes taking up to six weeks for a single design. The matte, opaque texture of the medium-weight, beautifully soft wool and silk blend fabric gives the prints an antique finish. Hand-finished with a delicate fringe, each piece is instantly recognizable.
From The Noh Playbook collection, which references the costumes, masks, and plays of ancient Japanese Noh theatre. "The sly fox uses his obi braid to fasten his additional 8 tails, transforming himself into Genkuro, a mystical Kitsune (or nine-tailed fox). As their performance unfolds, the hare begins to feel uneasy and suspects the fox may be using the play to gain himself an early dinner."
70% wool / 30% silk
53" x 53" with hand-fringed edging
Single faced design
Dry clean only
Made in The United Kingdom