Hatopan Silk Scarf
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Hatopan, it's literal meaning being "Pigeon Bread"! This illustration was initially based on little folk toys from japan. Alot of them have meanings but the meaning for this one escapes me. They were usually made from paper mache or wood for children so perhaps this was just meant to be a cute trinket!
- This scarf is digitally printed proudly in the UK, using an eco friendly company that are more environmentally aware and mindful of their excess waste and printing methods.
- The scarves are printed onto beautiful semi-matte Japanese Habotai silk with clean machine stitched edges.
- This is a small scarf, sized at 50cm x 50cm.
Wear your scarf in your hair, around your neck, around your wrist or just loosely tied around your bag handle! The perfect accessories to add colour to any outfit :) Guys will find this a very good size for a pocket hankie too!
Hand wash delicately in cool water with mild silk-friendly organic soap or dry clean only. Do not wash/dry in a washing machine. For more info on how to wash your scarf best please read here.