Sabina Savage "The Royal Striped Horses" Silk Scarf
The Tower Menagerie
Focused around the true story of The Royal Menagerie housed at the Tower of London (1200-1835). The illustrations reference many of the astounding and unusual zoological tales recorded from The Tower, and encompass much of the history and legend of of the building itself. The Crown Jewels are still housed within the Tower today. The fantastical paintings of artist Walton Ford were also a major influence, alongside the botanical illustrations of British artist Jane Loudon (1807-1858) and original posters advertising the wild and exotic beasts of The Royal Menagerie.
- From the Tower Menagerie
- 100% silk
- 90cm x 90cm ( 35 inches square )
- hand rolled edging
- Dry clean only
Luxury scarves designed in London and produced in Como, Italy.
Sabina Savage launched her eponymous, luxury scarf brand in 2013 offering heritage inspired, elaborate prints on exquisite fabrics.
Each illustration is intricately hand drawn by Sabina, sometimes taking up to six weeks for a single design, before being printed onto the finest silk,
wool and cashmere. The detailed and multifaceted illustrations are carefully engineered around the space to create a unique scarf with a signature aesthetic.
Each scarf is expertly designed in London then produced to the highest quality and skillfully hand-edged by the renowned
artisans of Como, Italy.