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"This print came to me as I started to research more in-depth about the Amazon rainforest and the different shapes I could incorporate into a design. I found that the different shades of green were very interesting and I took it as a challenge to try and recreate that into the print. I began to hand draw each of the 240 leaves and build them up on my canvas, and the shapes, sizes, and colours started to form the interesting print. This print is the dearest to my heart, as it was created as a homage to my late grandmother, a strong-headed woman who was born in the indigenous tribe of Xingu, in the Amazon forest."

This print is carried out in three different shapes and sizes, allowing a great variety of styling options.

  • 100cm x 100cm
  • 100% Silk
  • Made in Italy


Delivery & Returns

Delivered in a unique Victoria Ragna box

Consult our shipping methods and costs, delivery times and accepted payment methods here. Residents in the UK can expect to receive their scarves in about 3-5 working days. We also offer free returns within the UK.

Taking care of your scarf

Preserve the beauty of your scarf

Store your item untied and ensure that accessories are not touching the scarf in order to help preserve the integrity of the fabric. Avoid contact with rain and harsh chemicals, and entrust it to a specialised professional for cleaning.

The Fabrics

Each fabric is sourced from the finest producers

  • Silk Scarves Our silk is sourced from silk worm farms located in China, known for producing some of the world’s finest silk. The fibres are then sent to a factory near Lake Como in Italy where they are dyed, woven, and sewn to become our beautiful scarves.
  • Wool Scarves Our merino wool is imported from Australia, which is known for producing high quality merino wool. The wool is sent to Scotland where it is dyed and woven using a jacquard technique to bring out the patterns.
  • Cashmere ScarvesOur cashmere is dyed and woven in Scotland using a Jacquard technique. After weaving, the fabric is then cut and finished to become our soft and warm cashmere scarves.