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Edinburgh Scarf


Dimensions: 26 x 210 cms


Composition: 62% Wool/19% Polyamide/16% Viscose/3% Cashmere


An authentic Scottish product exclusively designed and woven by Calzeat of Scotland

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£30.00
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Edinburgh Scarf

Our beautiful Edinburgh scarf depicts iconic images from in and around the historic capital city of Scotland. Often referred to as the "Athens of the North", Edinburgh boasts several classical Greek inspired buildings alongside which stand the Sir Walter Scott monument and the smallest listed building in Edinburgh, the statue of Greyfriars Bobby, the faithful Skye terrier. Throughout the city re-purposed police boxes can be found - their design unique to Edinburgh.

Dominating the skyline is Edinburgh Castle where one of the largest cannons in the world, Mons Meg, can be found

Not far from the city stands the Forth Bridge which has carried trains over the Forth for more than a century and was recently designated a World Heritage Site.

Our Scarf is a lasting momento of the fantastic sights of Scotland's Capital City.

Dimensions: 26 x 210 cms

Composition: 62% Wool/19% Polyamide/16% Viscose/3% Cashmere

An authentic Scottish product exclusively designed and woven by Calzeat of Scotland

Additional Information

Additional Information

Country of Manufacture United Kingdom
Delivered in 4-5 days
Bleach Do Not Bleach
Dry Clean Professional Dry Clean
Ironing instructions Do Not Iron
Tumble Dry Do Not Tumble Dry
Washing instructions -
Colour Grey/Charcoal
Composition 62% Wool/19% Polyamide/16% Viscose/3% Cashmere
Dimensions 26 x 210 cms
Pattern -

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