Product features

Perfect gift

for your girlfriend, mother, friend or even for yourself

Author drawings

handpainted by Estonian designer Kristina Puz


hand-rolled hem


limited amounts starting from 5 pcs

Not just a drawing

each scarf has it's own unique story

A central element of the pattern design is the most famous Estonian clock of the church of the Holy Spirit in Tallinn. Finely carved and decorated with paintings by a famous Tallinn master, Christian Ackermann, in 1684, this is the oldest operating clock in Tallinn.
  • 52% silk, 48% wool
  • 65x180 cm
  • Machine stitched hem
  • Luxurious, soft, delicate, nice to the touch, with "herringbone" texture. Has a noble shine
  • Scarf print is one sided, the opposite side without pattern
  • Gift Box packaging
We make every effort to display the colors of each garment as accurately as possible. However, each monitor reproduces colors differently, therefore the color that you see may be slightly different from the actual color.

This product made from delicate soft luxurious material that requires careful care.
  • Highly recommended dry cleaning
  • For your responsibility also sometimes hand washing has allowed. Wash in in barely warm water up to 30 C using shampoo for hairs or special detergent for silk. Do not wring or twist, do not rub, do not soak, do not dry in the open sun