Handmade in Orkney - this infinity scarf comfortably loops around your neck to keep you warm and looking great all season long.
Double wrap it for a warm, cozy fit, or drape it once for a longer look all year long. The unique design paired with the beautiful colors gives the scarf simple beauty.
The pattern is based on an 18th century (around 1750 or so) two colour woodblock printed paper held in our collection.
The original two colour Remondini woodblock print made on handmade yellow painted paper.
Remondini papers were made to be used to bind books or to decorate furniture.
The Remondini Press was based in Bassano del Grappa close to Padua.
The Remondinis began to produce these papers in the 18th century, around 1738, and soon became the most important press to produce this type of highly decorative print.
The papers became famous in Italy, Europe, Russia, the Ottoman Empire and America and were used to bind books or to decorate furniture: for instance La Fenice in Venice was decorated with Remonidini Papers in 1792.