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    Purple and grey textured handwoven scarf in Merino, silk and yak

    In winter yaks grow a layer of soft downy fibre on their tummies, which is one of the ways they have adapted to survive the cold at high altitudes. I’m not suggesting you wear this scarf on a Himalayan expedition, but the yak fibre in this textured scarf will certainly keep you warm and snug on chilly days in Scotland.

    £95.00
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    Orange and cream textured handwoven scarf in Merino and silk

    Penguins have feathers which trap air to retain warmth and survive the long Antarctic winter. I’m not suggesting you wear this scarf on a polar expedition, but its honeycomb structure is designed to keep you warm and snug on chilly days in Scotland.

    £90.00
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    Olive and grey textured handwoven scarf in Merino, silk and yak

    In winter yaks grow a layer of soft downy fibre on their tummies, which is one of the ways they have adapted to survive the cold at high altitudes. I’m not suggesting you wear this scarf on a Himalayan expedition, but the yak fibre in this textured scarf will certainly keep you warm and snug on chilly days in Scotland.

    £95.00
  • Olive, lemon and soft grey textured handwoven scarf in Merino, silk and yak

    In winter yaks grow a layer of soft downy fibre on their tummies, which is one of the ways they have adapted to survive the cold at high altitudes. I’m not suggesting you wear this scarf on a Himalayan expedition, but the yak fibre in this textured scarf will certainly keep you warm and snug on chilly days in Scotland.

    £95.00
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    Grey and purple textured handwoven scarf in Merino, silk and yak

    In winter yaks grow a layer of soft downy fibre on their tummies, which is one of the ways they have adapted to survive the cold at high altitudes. I’m not suggesting you wear this scarf on a Himalayan expedition, but the yak fibre in this textured scarf will certainly keep you warm and snug on chilly days in Scotland.

    £95.00
  • Terracotta and cream textured handwoven scarf in Merino and silk

    Penguins have feathers which trap air to retain warmth and survive the long Antarctic winter. I’m not suggesting you wear this scarf on a polar expedition, but its honeycomb structure is designed to keep you warm and snug on chilly days in Scotland.

    £90.00