THE STORY OF CHELSEA PHYSIC GARDEN ~ LINNAEUS
‘Find wonder in everything, even the most commonplace’
Silk scarves inspired by the Linnaeus installation at the Chelsea Physic Garden, London. Featuring an ancient map of Linnaeus’ garden and botanical drawings by George Ehret.
Carl Linnaeus created the binomial system of naming classifying plants & animals. The background repeat pattern on the scarf shows his 1745 botanical garden in Uppsala Sweden which can still be visited.
The Apothecaries’ Garden: A History Of The Chelsea Physic Garden by Sue Minter
Light and warm especially useful and decorative in-between seasons.
Printed and handmade with care in Britain.
Frances Nutt London accessories ~ Scarves and large squares can be commissioned with a choice of bespoke pattern and colour, and fashioned into the size and style you desire.
Choose your unique combination of the elements you prefer from the Fabric Archive.
You can request any background colour of your choice on any design if you send a colour reference that we can match to.
Lead time 6-8 weeks.
FABRIC & SIZES
Fabric: Silk Twill or Silk Chiffon,
tubular scarves can be backed with black wool cashmere mix (70% wool, 30% cashmere)
Handknotted fringing optional
Scarf and square maximum width 135cms, length unlimited!!!
Minimum bespoke order £100.
Prices are the same by size as the accessories already on the site plus a courtesy bespoke fee of £30 (+ postage and packing).
Bespoke size costs are based in proportion to the regular sizes.
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