Moonlight Dance Silk Scarf

Regular price $42.00
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Soft, lightweight silk scarf featuring four birds gathering together in the night sky among flowers and the light of the moon. There's a secret message nestled within the art that reads "And the birds gather with us in the moonlight."

Color description: Inky Blue / Peachy Pink / Copper Orange / Bright Sky Blue / White. Color appearance may vary between different screens and actual product. I do not offer returns so message me with any color concerns prior to purchasing!

• 100% silk habotai
• Size options: 26x26 or 16x16 inches
• Studio mark in lower right corner
• Machine rolled baby hem
• Designed in San Francisco, made in Montreal Canada

Care: Dry clean only.

Please be aware that my art intentionally includes textural variations and that color appearance will vary between screens and actual products.

All work copyrighted © by Meenal Patel. Copyright does not transfer with the sale of this product and the buyer is not entitled to reproduction rights.

All orders require 1-3 business days to process plus shipping time. Shipping time will vary depending on the destination and the shipping speed you choose at checkout. You may choose to pay more for shipping upgrades at checkout for eligible items. Please note that upgrading shipping only expedites shipping time and not order processing time. All packages ship via USPS from St. Paul, MN. Thank you for your patience!

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Elena B.
Beautiful scarf!

A proud owner of many prints, cards, scarves, and a blanket, I also love to give items from Meenal Patel Studio as gifts for friends and family! Highly recommend!

Amy Frazer

Really in love with this new scarf from Meenal! It was beautiful when I saw it on her website and even more so in person. It's soft and luxurious and the color is rich and textured. . Plus super cute packaging. Thanks Meenal!

About The Process

I love working with both traditional and digital mediums. Either way, all of my art starts out with a very rough and tiny pencil sketch. From there I refine the outlines of the art at the final size until I’m happy with the underdrawing. My favorite parts of the process are playing with color and layering in all the pattern details.

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