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$39.00

Curious Prints' silk scarves are designed using vintage astrology illustrations. The custom pattern is printed on 100% silk habotai fabric and finished into a lovely small square scarf by hand. These scarves are light and airy and the special print process allows the print to be seen through both sides of the scarf. The print is permanent and will never fade with use or washing. 17 x 17 inches.  A perfect size for tying around the neck, ponytail or accessorizing a bag.

Designed by Curious Prints in Austin, Texas and printed in Zhejiang, China

Curious Prints was born in 2010 and is the creation of Louisiana born designer, Kate Faulk. What started as an outlet to share the vintage images she loved so much has grown into a lifestyle brand offering home decor and accessories. Kate has always been fascinated by birds, insects, the creepy crawly things she came across as a kid. She grew up on a farm in South Louisiana and it is still her happy place. As Kate’s personal collection of vintage science prints has grown, she has discovered how much she loves connecting with others through a shared love of vintage art. As a graphic designer by trade, she has developed a passion for retouching and restoring vintage images and experimenting with the printing process. This curated collection is ever evolving and she continues to try out new processes and materials.