Metropolitan Museum of Art, Flora & Fauna Scarf / Wrap
Richly embroidered with a profusion of birds, animals, and flowers, it was created in 17th-century China and made for export to the West. The motifs, however, are wholly Asian in subject and style: phoenixes, pheasants, peacocks, and peonies appear with a tiger and an elephant alongside horses, deer, goats, and Chinese mythological beasts.
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About this Museum Scarf
Flora and fauna abound in this cashmere-blend scarf recalling a large silk panel in The Met Collection.