Randall Darwall - Basket Twill Wrap

Randall Darwall (1948-2017) was a master colorist and one of America's most important weavers of handmade cloth. His hallmark is extraordinarily refined aesthetic in which he blends and changes colors with the sensibility of a painter. Darwall's scarves and shawls fit as comfortably on gallery walls as they do on the shoulders of the wearer. A lifelong work of art – to wear – each one is unique and beautiful. Darwall’s works are in the permanent collections of the New York City’s Museum of Art and Design; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Fuller Craft Museum; Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum; and Racine Art Museum.

Shades of raspberry, violet, greens, and blues combine to create a scarf which begs to be worn. It has a nice Y shaped double fringe the end. This work of wearable art is woven of silk and cashmere and is made with over 50 hand dyed hues which gives you the ability to pair this wide scarf with almost any article of clothing.  

Raspberry, violet, greens, and blues
50% silk, 50% wool/cashmere
Dry clean only
96 x 16 inches


  • $500.00

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