Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857 – 1941) was an English architect and furniture and textile designer. His early work was in an Arts and Crafts style influenced by William Morris, and he made important contributions to Art Nouveau style. Birds and floral hearts were often motifs in his work.
A silk scarf design derived from a sketch called simply Spring Flowers (1918) by C.F.A Voysey. This item is a medium sized habotai silk scarf.
Habotai is the lightest silk, glossy, with beautiful translucency that lends vibrancy to the colours of its patterns.Hand rolled hems.
59" x 13.75"