Early Kutahya Armenian tiles were composed of white and blue colors only. To develop and enrich their work, the Armenian masters merged yellow, green, and Armenian red colors in their artwork during the 17th century.
To create this scarf, we used tiles that had origins from Kutahya that later were transported to Jerusalem by Armenian families, which became known as “Jerusalem tiles.” We also used embroidery, which is unique in the Armenian culture.
This scarf is made of 100% silk.
The dimensions of this product are 170 x 65 cm (about 62 x 27 in)