NOVICA Multicolor 100% Silk Scarves, 'Blue Fantasy' (pair), womens, Blue, Multicolor, One Size, One Size Item Sku:
FXHO016C2FE2R Click / hover / scroll for larger images SKUB016P2SR2E
Authentic: an original NOVICA fair trade product in association with National Geographic.
Certified: comes with an official NOVICA Story Card certifying quality & authenticity.
NOVICA works with Vinita to craft this item.
Exceptional Quality: crafted with care to be treasured as a keepsake for many years to come.
Product info: 100% silk
Description: NOVICA, in association with National Geographic, works together with talented artisan designers around the world to produce stunning, keepsake treasures. Our mantra is to spread global happiness, so rest assured - we'll do everything we possibly can to ensure you're a happy customer.
About this item: Thai designer Vinita creates a wonderful effect by pairing two scarves of hand-spun silk. Featuring an open weave, one scarf is dyed in shades of purple, light and dark green, and the other in different shades of blue. Scarves :63.0" L x 13.5" W
Dry clean or hand wash
About our Artist: Hello, My name is Vinita Tongtawat. My first name comes from the combination of my father's (Pinit) and my mother's (Viboonwan) names. Although my name is not defined in the dictionary, I'm very proud of this name. It is the name given by my parents with their love. I was born in Lampang, then moved on to study in Chiang Mai and when I finished high school, I went to study at the College of Fine Arts in Bangkok and completed my bachelor's degree at the Faculty of Fine Art, Silpakorn University. Here I discovered my true identity: I express myself through tangible art, especially by creating unique colors with batik apparel. My thesis was on batik textiles with a very good combination of colors. It was very beautiful and lively. My work was selected for publication on a pamphlet for The Student's Thesis Work. Much of my beautiful work was purchased by Austrians. All of my pieces selected for exhibition were sold out. I was very grateful for the success I achieved through this. After graduating in 1983, I married my husband who was a student at my same university. I started to work for a home décor company in Bangkok as a designer. By 1989 we had a small son and daughter, and we decided to follow our dreams for our children to grow in a land of peace, beauty and with a simple lifestyle. Chiang Mai is the city that offered...