Anna is thrilled to have found this Lincolnshire based wildlife and field sports artist who also makes British made pure silk scarves.
Although, I left the company with a lovely collection of my own, it now makes it hard to find new scarves that are quite as special. Last week I came across a collection by Clare Shaw, a Lincolnshire based wildlife and field sports artist who also makes British made pure silk scarves. The scarves incorporate some of Clare’s best loved paintings, and since launching her first collection in the spring of 2017, they have been a phenomenal hit both on and off the field. Her particular passion is pheasants and partridges and she has an ability to capture their personality, movement and character.
100% silk twill with hand rolled edges; the best selling design is called Turf War, which is a pattern sold in multiple colour ways, based on the original painting. Depicting the drama and emotion which takes place every spring amongst cock pheasants all over the country.
Alongside the large and narrow scarves sizes, there is also a Limited Edition Game On, which is beautiful in the russet colour
Other designs include the Kingfisher and A Wing & A Prayer.
I still haven’t quite narrowed down my favourite to buy, but there is no shortage of stockists. Now available in over fifteen retailers and also on her website, there is also a gentlemen’s collection, which includes silk ties, pocket squares and box sets that make fantastic gifts.