Tala Silk Scarf
In Philippine mythology, Tala is the goddess of the morning and evening star, which is also the traditional shape of a “parol” – bright lanterns that light up the streets and houses during Christmas season, a symbol of hope in the darkest of nights. The craftsmanship behind every intricate design of a parol showcases the resilience of the Filipino people, their creative talent as vast and as deep as the seas that surround the islands they live in. Spot the dashing dugong, the gentle giant leatherback turtle and a plethora of rich and colorful marine life luminous above the coral reef in this design that celebrates the triumph of light over darkness.
100% Pure Silk Scarf
90 cm x 90 cm
Free gift box included
Additional gift bag available for purchase.
JIM WEAVER WILDLIFE COLLECTION100 PHP of proceeds from this product will benefit WWF-Philippines' conservation initiatives.
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Your scarf will be delivered in a free gift box, tied with a ribbon and finished off with a free gift tag where you can write notes to your loved ones. Inside, each scarf will be wrapped in Japanese paper and comes with a card insert in premium paper that describes the design inspiration and care instructions.
A visual storyteller at heart, Isabelle is a Filipino artist and graphic designer who combines her love for travel, books, and whimsy with her penchant for mixing her favored art mediums—acrylic, watercolor, digital styling, and modern calligraphy—into single frames. As the Creative Director at JIM Weaver, she enjoys sneaking quirky easter eggs into her mostly grown-up designs.
Tala Silk Scarf