Glaucous Scarf by Edith Rewa

REWATFT-65GL

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Description

From Edith Rewa's Field Trip Collection.

1. Gr. glaucos, L. glaucus, silvery, bluish-green. Refers to ''bloom'' on leaves, fruit etc. a whitish, sometimes waxy, substance that rubs off. (Dictionary of Botanical Names, Don Perrin)

2. Scarf: Glaucous, intimate with burnt sienna sand.

About the Artist:
Edith Rewa is a textile designer, illustrator and fossicker, who is stirred by all things botanical and Australian. She is Sydney based, with one toe in Hobart and the other in Melbourne.

Features

Materials 100% silk crepe de chine
Dimensions 65 cm x 65 cm
Packaging Packaged in a recycled black square gift box and sent with an illustrated postcard.
Origin Each scarf has been illustrated, digitally printed and made locally in Sydney, Australia.

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