Gertrude Jekyll Scarf
Introducing the Gertrude Jekyll scarf, a botanical ode from Klements' collaboration with Burgh House in Hampstead.
Inspired by the remarkable female gardener Gertrude Jekyll, who designed Burgh's gardens in 1911, Klements meticulously studied her journals and planting lists to beautifully draw some of what she planted which are featured in this oh-so-lovely print.
Painstakingly crafted in a perfect, neat 67 x 67cm size, this 100% silk twill scarf features hand-rolled hems. It's made by a carefully selected and trusted maker in China, known for producing gorgeous scarves in tiny runs.