Baltic Linen 85% Silk 10% Kid Mohair 5%
WEIGHT: ~0,155 kg
BALTIJAS CIELAVINA . Designers inspired from Fish and Birds have created this original collection, limited in number. WHITE WAGTAIL is considered Latvian national bird as you will see it appearing in so many songs and tails. And did you know that during the breeding season , males develop black upperparts and females have sooty dark grey upperparts. Isn't it a lovely story for a design!
ARS TELA scarves are distinguished by various types of thread – thick and thin, smooth and wavy, natural and artificial, etc. Our scarves thus have various textures. Women can choose foulards, as well as a wealth of textures and colours for shawls and throws.
Diverse textures and novel combinations of threads and colours are the most distinguishing marks of ARS TELA products. Designers find their inspiration in the Latvian nature and lifestyles of locals. The women’s scarf collections are marked by the beauty of flowers and nature, and the design of men’s scarves takes inspiration from the magnificent birds of Latvia.Read care suggestions
Care for ARS TELA luxury high-quality Latvian CONTEMPORARY DESIGN HAND-WOVEN TEXTILES.
When laundered and treated properly our items will last forever. To acquire the longest life of our contemporary Latvian textile design, please follow this.
Very delicate machine launder in 30 degrees cold water on the most gentle cycle with cold water rinse. Use a mild detergent without bleach, favourably use liquid fabric softener for our hand-woven textiles. This will make our thick-twisted yarn fabrics softer.
Never use tumble drying.
Wash our textiles separately.
Pure linen textiles remove to prevent wrinkling.
Iron while slightly damp, using steam iron on the warm/hot setting. If you like to keep crushed look in your scarfs/shawls, best not to iron them.
Scarfs can be best hand-washed in cold water.
Ars Tela note:
All natural fibers may shrink upto 2%, however, ARS TELA items are manually pre-washed and softened, to ensure special softness, resilience and shrinkage.
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