Copper Engraved Cashmere Silk Scarf Copper Engraved Cashmere Silk Scarf
Copper Engraved Cashmere Silk Scarf

Copper Engraved Cashmere Silk Scarf (AC1206-ORNCP)

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Product Code: AC1206-ORNCP

Style Details

Hand printed in Macclesfield England, this scarf represents a tradition of silk printing that has been refined over centuries. In a heavy silk, printed with an unusual engraved motif, featuring the Cordings logo. Backed in luxurious cashmere, it is an investment piece that will complete any outfit. 25cm x 180cm

  • 25cm x 180cm
  • Hand Printed in England
  • 100% silk front
  • 100% cashmere back

Care Guide

Dry clean only

Delivery and Returns

UK & Northern Ireland, excluding the Channel Islands: £7.00 - Up to 2 working days.**

EXPRESS European Union: £25 - Up to 3 working days.

STANDARD European Union: £15 - Up to 7 working days.

Channel Islands: £15 - Up to 3 working days.

Non EU Countries: £37.50 - Up to 7 working days.

Pick up from Store: Free

All deliveries are by courier and require a signature. Please allow a further 2 working days on all destinations, including pick up from store, if alterations are required. Please allow an additional 2 working days on all destinations during December and Sale periods. Goods ordered after 12.00 hrs will be shipped the following day.

Please note: customers outside of the EU will NOT be charged UK tax (currently at 20%) however local government import taxes and duties are payable upon receipt of your goods.

** The following UK post codes are classed as extended area and are charged £15.00: AB38 AB45 AB56 CA27 HS9 IM IV28 IV32 IV36 IV56 IV7 IV12 KW17 2QT KA28 KW LA16 7BP LA23 PA20 PA38 PA41 PA49 PA60 PA78 PA88 PH26 PH44 PH50 TR25 ZE

Feefo Reviews - Average 5.0 stars; (1 reviews)

The best looking scarf I've ever owned. It goes without saying that the quality is unsurpassed.
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