Maharaja's Rifle – Parma, Large Silk Scarf
A mother of pearl coloured designer silk scarf with antique hunting rifles nestling in an art deco display of roses
110cm x 110cm – Silk Twill – Hand-rolled Hems
These beautifully engraved Charles Lancaster rifles were known as 'paradox guns' because they shoot both solid slugs or shot. They were made for the Maharaja of Joudhpur in 1862 and are surrounded by a geometric, art deco display of dusky pink and lavender roses. This is a head-turning silk scarf with subtle colours but a bold design which juxtaposes sensual floral print with the explosive violence of the gun – right down to the Furious Goose branded bullet.
This exquisite scarf would look great with a white linen dress suit or that little black dress. Alternatively pick out in details such as shoes or a fabulous hat colours from the palette of pale pinks, lavenders, deep blues and black.
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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