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Kavanagh Scarf Canal Bank – Derrybeg Blue

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Kavanagh Scarf Canal Bank -Derrybeg Blue

 “O commemorate me where there is water, Canal water, preferably, so stilly Greeny at the heart of summer” – Patrick Kavanagh

This Kavanagh scarf, ‘Canal Bank – Derrybeg Blue’, has been handcrafted in the heart of County Monaghan.  Liz’s scarves are inspired by art and in this case, Monaghan poet Partick Kavanagh is the inspiration. These Kavanagh scarves are designed with the modern man in mind.

We use the finest materials and traditional techniques of weaving and finishing. A  handwoven scarf is a perfect gift for occasions like Father’s Day or Christmas, or simply to wrap up warm on a winter’s day. Canal Bank – Derrybeg Blue is a perfect scarf for casual wear as well as looking great with smart dressing. Very wearable by men and women alike.

50% Donegal Tweed Wool 50% Fine Cotton. Hand-wash with care

35 cm x 180 cm

Gift Boxed

Free Delivery

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Kavanagh Scarf Canal Bank -Derrybeg Blue

 “O commemorate me where there is water, Canal water, preferably, so stilly Greeny at the heart of summer” – Patrick Kavanagh

This Kavanagh scarf, ‘Canal Bank – Derrybeg Blue’, has been handcrafted in the heart of County Monaghan.  Liz’s scarves are inspired by art and in this case, Monaghan poet Partick Kavanagh is the inspiration. These Kavanagh scarves are designed with the modern man in mind.

We use the finest materials and traditional techniques of weaving and finishing. A  handwoven scarf is a perfect gift for occasions like Father’s Day or Christmas, or simply to wrap up warm on a winter’s day. Canal Bank – Derrybeg Blue is a perfect scarf for casual wear as well as looking great with smart dressing. Very wearable by men and women alike.

 

50% Donegal Tweed Wool 50% Fine Cotton. Hand-wash with care

35 cm x 180 cm

Gift Boxed

Free Delivery

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