The Wind Horse Silk Twill Scarf 42
This design is based around ancient Tibetan thangkas and prayer flags. It features a galloping horse, representing the mythical Wind Horse from Tibetan mythology. The horse wears a traditional saddle with a Tibetan tiger rug as the saddle cloth, and dzi beads decorating the trappings. Detailed stirrups line the top and bottom of the design, each holding a small Ga’u box with a charm hidden inside for prosperity. On the horse’s back rides a small mongoose vomiting jewels, a sign of good luck, alongside the flaming, wish-fulfilling jewel, bringing peace, wealth and harmony. In each corner of the scarf are small carved charms representing the four animals of the cardinal directions, the garuda, the dragon, the tiger and the snow lion. Beneath the horse is a stylised representation of a bed of lotus petals, as often found in traditional thangkas. The prayer flags (also known as a wind horse) which arc around the design are another symbol of good fortune. The Tibetan script within the design reads ‘tashi delek’, an auspicious greeting meaning ‘good luck and good health’.
Are you choosing a holiday gift for a loved one? Or perhaps a well-deserved gift to yourself?
Either way, our products all come fully gift wrapped as standard.
Each package will include our gift box, dust bag (for all clothing and scarves 90cm square and above), and our beautifully printed collection book. This book tells the story of the collection your chosen piece comes from, and details the inspirations and themes behind the design. Everything is then wrapped in luxurious ivory tissue paper and sealed with our heritage gold wax seal.For the holidays this year, we have added the option of including a bespoke, hand-written note with your package, This will enable gifts to be sent directly to the recipient, and will feel personal and thoughtful when opened. Simply select this option at checkout and fill out your desired message.
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The Wind Horse