Selim's Hammer – Marseilles, Large Silk Scarf
A red hued luxury silk scarf featuring antique Ottoman flintlock pistols nestling in an arabesque of roses
110cm x 110cm – Silk Twill – Hand-rolled Hems
Discover four exquisitely decorated Ottoman pistols amongst the folds of pure silk. This very giftable silk scarf is inspired by the myth of 'Selim's Hammer' – a weapon of supposed invincible power that belonged to Sultan Selim III. The guns are framed by a hexagonal pattern of sunny yellow and orange roses inspired by the Damascus Tiles. This mesmerising designer foulard with its rich russets and violets explores the relationships between beauty and violence and mankind and nature in stunning printed detail.
Command the paparazzi on the red carpet or add a touch of glamour to a more dressed down look. This unique scarf would look great with a neutral outfit or pick up in details colours from the palette of reds, purples, blues and yellows.
In terms of size this is a generous silk square which will drape well and can be worn round the neck, head or shoulders or even as a sarong if your feeling decadent.
Our hand-rolled silk scarves are printed and hemmed in the England and come in branded presentation cases so they can be kept in pristine condition.
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