Victorian Lace Silk Batik Scarf by Claire Rudin

£70.00

Victorian Lace inspired Silk Batik Scarf.
150 x 46cm

Description

One of my pleasures is designing a piece with a certain person in mind. This piece was designed as a commission for a Parisian relative. The design was inspired by Victorian lace, which I love the intricate designs of and I knew the person I was creating it for would appreciate also.  After researching and sketching, I combined elements of the lace within the design adding a colour palette that suited the person I was designing for.

With my favourite commissions I ask the owner for their permission to run a limited edition print. My original silk batik work is professionally photographed to a very high resolution and the design is then digitally printed onto very high quality silk.

This is one of 100 from that limited edition. It is available in both silk chiffon (very light and delicate) or silk habotai (a heavier but still very elegant silk). The photographed scarf is habotai, if you prefer chiffon, please send me a message with your order.

The dyes used are completely colourfast and the scarf can be gently washed by hand in a mild detergent or dry cleaned

If you have any questions about this scarf or my work in general, please do message me.

If you are interested in the process of batik, you may find this link ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiddPFl2X2Mto a short video about it’s Indonesian origins fascinating.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiddPFl2X2M

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  • Store Name: Claire Rudin
  • Seller: Claire Rudin
  • I am a batik artist, fascinated by the ancient Art of using hot wax and dyes, to create beautiful textile designs. I love to use the traditional Indonesian jtanting for applying the wax, which produces flowing, delicate pattern. Layers of wax and dye overlay each other to create a finished piece. My favourite inspirations are the natural world and cultural diversity from many years of travelling. I have exhibited nationally and Internationally, recently being part of the Batik Guild’s 30th Anniversary exhibition ‘Reflections’ , a joint exhibition at the MAKE Gallery in Cambridge and am a member of Cambridge Open studios, holding biannual exhibitions of my work at home in Cambridge. I will be exhibiting at the Textiles East fair in February 2018.
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