Designed by Salvador Dali for the October 1957 International Silk Congress this piece of wearable art depicts a surreal cocooned female head surrounded by butterflies. Behind is a splatter of black paint and images of woman wondering towards a horizon.
These scarves were printed, in an exclusive run, from a Dali illustration commissioned by the congress.
The colourway is a mainly white background with a light yellow border.
There are sings of handling but no tears or splits. Signs of handling are largely stains to the bottom right of the scarf.
The label states that it is 100% silk, hand rolled, made in Japan.
Colour and screen resolution
The picture of the open scarf is the closest to the eye-colour but please be aware that your screens quality and resolution may not fully reflect the colours as received by the eye.
30.5" by 30.5"
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