Ancient Egypt Scarf

£115.00

Get ready to channel the essence of an ancient Egyptian goddess–regal, mystical and enigmatic. These shapes and patterns draw inspiration from the architectural forms and symbols of this powerful civilisation.

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Get ready to channel the essence of an ancient Egyptian goddess–regal, mystical and enigmatic. These shapes and patterns draw inspiration from the architectural forms and symbols of this powerful civilisation.

This ancient Egypt-inspired silk scarf features five of the most significant colours used during the period–red (desher); white (hedj); black (kem); yellow (kenit); and blue (irtyu). Its diagonally asymmetrical design also means that you can get two different looks when folded.

You can easily channel the Egyptian-goddess look using this piece garnering you the attention you deserve. Wrap it around your neckline for a hint of chic, or use it as a headscarf to create a real statement. There are so many ways you can wear it, it’s the ultra versatile piece to ensure  you never get bored!

100% Silk Twill

Jewellery size: Adjustable one size

Scarf size:

Small size: 50 x 50 cm

Large size: 90 x 90 cm

    If you look after your EKRIA pieces then you will keep them looking their very best.

    • Take off your jewellery when you are washing your hands, putting on perfume or creams such as face or hand cream. Yes, we know it is a nuisance, but the harsh chemicals in these products can do irreversible harm. Almost always these chemicals are corrosive to gold and silver and will cause premature deterioration – such as changes in the colour. 
    • The same goes for household chores such as cleaning, if you do the cleaning! We try to avoid it as often as possible.
    • Hitting the gym, beach, pool or lido -leave the jewellery at home. Sand, salt, chlorine or sunscreen will cause premature deterioration.
    • Bored? Nervous? Okay we know the feeling, but please try to avoid friction by sliding your pendant on your chain – instead you could practise deep breathing or visit the EKRIA blog to check out the latest posts.