Currently in stock at www.youngbritishdesigners.com/designers/jasmine-coe/?inspiration
The 'Golden Leaves' silk represents the beauty of seasonal change. How life moves in rhythms and patterns and how we are constantly changing.
Made with love in England from pure Light Silk Twill, a luxurious natural material. I hope you enjoy these silks as a work of wearable art where the silk and finish is upholding the quality and detail of the design. I hope when buying your silk you see it as an investment in art and wear the work displaying the connection to the natural world proudly.
This golden silk comes in two sizes measuring 90 x 90cm and 45 x 45cm. The possibility of wearable options make these silks wonderfully versatile and sustainable, ranging from silk tie tops, silk bandanas, or elegant silk scarves.
By getting creative with your silk you are creating multiple wear and purpose out of one item.
All silks come packaged in a specially branded giftbox with a logo and a Seedball (see below for location details)
Care instructions - dry clean only.
UK and European orders through the website:
All orders come in a giftbox a Seedball tin. The inclusion of the Seedballs are a way of combining art and action to save the bees and is creating an experience where you feel a part of your surroundings. Connecting to and supporting our natural world by scattering these seeds and watching them bloom into flowers that attract honeybees.
Australian and rest of the World orders through the website:
Due to custom restrictions Seedballs cannot be included in the giftbox. However in a attempt to be conscious of our natural world, a tree will be planted on your behalf in Australia and you will be emailed a certificate.
Australian orders through Boomalli Gallery:
All orders come in a giftbox with a Save The Bees Australia Seedpacket. The inclusion of these seed packets are a way of combining art and action to save the bees and is creating an experience where you feel a part of your surrounding. Connecting to and supporting our natural world by scattering these seeds and watching them bloom into flowers that attract honeybees.