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Aurora Neon Scarf

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Aurora Neon Scarf by A Peace Treaty - Finest Silk 

The Aurora scarf from the Tavla range. Geometric stripes of turquoise, eggplant, ecru, neon pink, and neon yellow. Embellished with seven copper paillettes. Inspired by Turkish geometric patterning with contemporary fusion of colours and patterning. 100% Silk with baby-hemmed edges. Measures 183 cm x 109 cm (72 inches x 43 inches)

Hand screen-printed in India.

Shift to Nature brings Scarves from luxury and ethical NYC based designer A Peace Treaty.

The Tavla collection drapes beautifully, soft and luxurious with a story from the designers reflection and inspiration from the design, architecture, art and culture of the Turkish Ottoman Empire. Items that were traded amongst travelling writers and artists were Marbelised paper, while backgammon was played on intricately carved boards. The designs have been modernised and flickering colour added for this Tavla collection.

The scarves of TAVLA are coloured with a palette of lively neons and vintage feminine tints, representing art from both the ancient and modern worlds. These luxurious silk and modal-silk textiles are printed with abstract geometric patterns, hypnotic marbleized repetitions, and classic Turkish designs. Each piece, screenprinted by hand in artisan co-ops of West Bengal, is a daring composition in which intricate patterns and contrasting colors vibrantly come to life.

A Peace Treaty Storylines: The brand was created in 2008 as a personal and inspirational designer 'peace treaty' between its founders to develop a luxurious adventurous global statements in textile and jewellery design while reviving and preserving age-old handmade customs of creation. Evoking these processes into the contemporary fashion space, A Peace Treaty  works with artisan workshops over ten countries, where their cultural and travelled designs are woven and crafted by hand with artistry, detail, ethical care, and respect for legacy of craftsmanship still found in the world.