Silk Scarf: Trinity Library Arches
What is it?
A beautiful silk scarf by Dúinn Designs inspired by the arches in Trinity Library in Dublin. Duinn Designs have created a contemporary pattern based on the architecture of the historic building which is the permanent home of the Book of Kells. The Long Room was built between 1712 -1732 and houses 200,000 of the Library’s oldest books. It is lined with marble busts from the famous sculptor Pieter Scheemakers. It may be familiar to some as it bears a startling resemblance to The Jedi archives of the Jedi Temple in Star Wars Attack of the Clones.
Duinn Designs take inspiration from Irish heritage sites, local folklore, myths and legends to create unique contemporary designs in striking patterns that tell the story of Irish heritage with a modern twist. View our full collection of Dúinn products here.
What's it made of?
100% silk Crepe De Chine. The neckerchief comes in a box with a complimentary postcard detailing some important information about one of Dublin's historic buildings.
How big is it?
162 x 42 cms and finished with a pin and flat hem. It comes in a gift box 32 x 22 x 4 cm approx.
How can I get it?
You can collect your items in the shop in georges street, dublin (map), or we can deliver it straight to you or your someone special anywhere in Ireland or the rest of Europe (delivery info here). If you want it sent further afield drop us a line and we can arrange that for you. If you are cutting it fine we also have an next day delivery option anywhere in Ireland.
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