If you’re going to keep your neck warm this winter, then you’ll need that faithful piece of technology, the scarf. But not all scarves are created equally. If you’re looking to the utmost in quality, then you’ve found it on this page.
Working from London and Dorset, Wallace and Sewell is a progressive studio which pioneers excellence and originality within their woven products. To give an idea of their pedigree, their diverse portfolio includes scarves for the Tate museums.
Strongly influenced by the Bauhaus for its aesthetic and design ideology, Wallace and Sewell strive to unite craft and manufacturing, embracing traditional techniques. Throughout each stage of the process, W&S collaborate closely with a number of different artisan producers in order to create a product of the utmost quality. The initial design process begins on handlooms. From there, production then moves to a family run mill, which fuses longstanding tradition with cutting-edge modern technology. The fabric is then washed and pressed at the finishers, to give the cloth a luxurious feel.
This particular example of their work is 26cm wide and 180 cm long. It feature stripes in cashmere, which overlay a multi-coloured silk wrap. The result is a luxurious, reversible scarf – which looks spectacular, whether worn by a man or a woman.
- Recorded Delivery (3-4 days) – £3.75
- Next Day Delivery if ordered by 3PM. (No weekend delivery) – £10.00
- Next Day Saturday Delivery if ordered by 3PM Friday – £12.00
- Recorded Delivery (5 working days via post) – £10.00
- Next Day Delivery (via DHL) if ordered by 3PM. (No weekend delivery) – £25.00
- USA (5-7 working days) – £15.00
- USA (2-3 working days via DHL – excl. US taxes and duties) – £25.00
- AUS, NZ (5-7 working days) – £15.00
- AUS (5 working days via DHL) – £30.00
- NZ (5 working days via DHL) – £33.00
- 5 working days via DHL – excl. taxes and duties – £28.00
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