Slim Paisley Scarf


Our Slim Paisley Scarf is made from two delicate, soft pieces of silk crepe de chine sewn together as a large twilly.

The print was made in 1871 in Paris. It somes from a small collection of antique fabrics made by the same person in Paris in 1871, which we have in our archive.

The two sides have different prints: one has the print from the antique fabric and the back is a blueish grey tone. The scarf has pointy ends, making it easy to tie in a number of different ways.

- Two layers of delicate 100% silk crepe-de-chine
- 16x165cm (from point to point)
- Dry-clean only
- Comes in a dustbag and the order is shipped in a beautiful Tapis Noir box

Only 2 pieces in stock!



Founded in Denmark in 2020 by Mads Lehn Kruse, Tapis Noir brings together Lehn Kruse’s understanding and experience as an art director with his personal interest in interiors and antique textiles. A collector of rare fabric documents, he rearticulates their faded splendour for today, digitally translating woven textures, rich tapestries and old wall panel techniques into beautiful silk alongside his own warp prints.


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