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Jennifer Robertson

Scarf Wool Silk Cashmere Dots Green Wide

Scarf Wool Silk Cashmere Dots Green Wide

Regular price $880.00 AUD
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Wrap yourself in a beautiful luxurious hand-loomed textile from Jennifer Robertson's latest collection. This  lightweight scarf will keep you warm this winter or could be added to your interior as a orginal textile.

Please note: colour-ways may differ from those shown in photo.

Dimensions: 60cm x 165cm approx (wide)

Materials: Australian Merino Wool, Silk, Cashmere

Hand-woven original double cloth woven textile from Jennifer's studio based practice in Canberra, Australia. Using fine, soft Italian spun Australian merino wool, silk and cashmere yarns, simultaneously woven into two layers.

This technique allows air to be trapped between the layers offering excellent insulation, reversibility, nuanced colouring and tonal values, resulting in ultimate versatility. The durable textile is woven with self-closing selvedges and slightly felted ends to secure. Features various interchanging collage motifs composed and woven into multi-coloured and black-white blocks.

The durable, reversible textile can be worn, wall hung, draped on furniture, or kept as an heirloom treasure.

Care Instructions: Warm hand wash in approved wool wash, spin dry, dry flat. Dry cleanable. 

Jennifer Robertson | Acclaimed internationally for innovative woven textiles, Jennifer Robertson uses a purpose-built digital hand-loom to create a broad range of woven textiles for fashion, interior and sculptural work. Her thematic research focuses on exploring relationships between environment, human form, interior space and materiality. Investigating the poetic nature of materials, threads are constructed into often multiple layered structures imbued with sensorial properties.

Jennifer Robertson has exhibited widely in numerous international and national exhibitions over the last thirty years, since studying at West Surrey College of Art and Design and Royal College of Art, UK and Fondazione Arte della Seta Lisio, Florence, Italy. She migrated to Australia in 1986, established a weaving studio in Fremantle, WA and from 1997 joined the academic staff at the ANU School of Art and Design in Canberra, Australia.

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