Nichloris

Loch Blue Superstitious Printed Scarf

£48.00

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Original hand drawn illustration of two geese, a circle of Scottish salmon, thistles, a few clovers with a lavish border of black berries. The entire black and white print sits on a blue that rivals the lochs (lakes) in the Scottish highlands.

This scarf is full of traditional superstitions from cultures around the world.

Salmon: Alaska...Eat the salmons eye for good luck... Scotland... Never mention salmon, if you want to ask about salmon fishing or where you can buy some, simply call it the red fish...Celts...Powerful Symbol of the old gods.

Thistles: Scotland...Announced enemies if stepped on Greece...Protect against demons... Germany...God Donar will protect everyone carrying a thistle... Basque...symbol of protection

Goose: China...bearing a message of love from afar... Scotland Two geese symbolizes a nurturing relationship, as geese mate for life.

Clovers: Ireland: when Eve was banished from paradise she took a clover for good luck.

Blackberry: Scotland...Blessed bramble, if worn as a wreath, protected by evil spirits...England...The devil spits or urinates on, or otherwise contaminates, blackberries on October 11 anyone who eats them after that date will suffer some grave misfortune...France... The devil's touch turns the berries black

Original Nichloris hand drawn Illustration.
Made and designed in the UK

Measures: 50cmX100cm

Composition:
Available in a fine yet thick poly satin (as shown on model) or 100% silk satin.

Please allow for:
*2-5 days production time + shipping time.
*If you have a preferred shipping provider or prefer a speedy delivery, please email Nicole@Nichloris.com before purchasing.