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Rijksmuseum Dutch Ships 128X128
DUTCH SHIPS 128x128cm
scarf - 90% MODAL, 10% KASJMIR (WOOL)
With this square square scarf you have a unique piece around your neck. The scarf is made of high quality and makes any outfit chic. From the center is the story of ships anchored below the shore. The scene looks like an original Azuledjos, ceramic tiles drawn in an authentic way as done in Portugal and Andalusia.
The ships on this shawl are taken from a painting from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The painting, painted by Willem van de Velde (II) in 1660, shows a fairly small warship in the center, fishing vessels and rowboats to the left and right. On the scarf, the ships are repeatedly mirrored in the border filled with dark blue ships. This painting was referred to as an exceptional painting in an auction catalog as early as 1778: 'one of the best showpieces of this outstanding marine painter'.
That you wear a scarf as a showpiece is what we at LITTLE TROPHY understand. This scarf allows you to be proud of who you are, what you stand for and where you come from. Suitable for both women and men. With LITTLE TROPHY, we want to make you feel like you are wearing a trophy. Because you deserve it, because you received it as a gift or because you just love beautiful scarves. This scarf contains the colors royal blue, dark blue, blue, light blue, golden yellow, ochre, champagne, taupe, sand and white The scarf is largely produced in the Netherlands and made with care and love for quality.
The brand LITTLE TROPHY develops scarves of high quality. Think of materials such as wool, silk, Kashmir and fine cotton. The prints are designed in the Netherlands and printed on the fabric by means of digital printing. As a result, no unnecessary amount of dye is thrown away. Most of the production takes place in the Netherlands. A sustainable product that is produced in a small edition, giving you a truly unique scarf.
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