No Name Scarf

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No Name Scarf

125.00

Delicate, slightly transparent polychiffon scarf with original art by Anna May Henry. Makes a beautiful wall hanging or wearable art piece. 26” x 26”

This item takes one week of processing time and ships from Montreal. It takes approximately 3 - 5 business days for it to ship within Canada. I do not offer tracking at this time.

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The text in the scarf is taken from Christina Rossetti's poem "Goblin Market"

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Morning and evening

Maids heard the goblins cry:

“Come buy our orchard fruits,

Come buy, come buy:

Apples and quinces,

Lemons and oranges,

Plump unpeck’d cherries,

Melons and raspberries,

Bloom-down-cheek’d peaches,

Swart-headed mulberries,

Wild free-born cranberries,

Crab-apples, dewberries,

Pine-apples, blackberries,

Apricots, strawberries;—

All ripe together

In summer weather,—

Morns that pass by,

Fair eves that fly;

Come buy, come buy:

Our grapes fresh from the vine,

Pomegranates full and fine,

Dates and sharp bullaces,

Rare pears and greengages,

Damsons and bilberries,

Taste them and try:

Currants and gooseberries,

Bright-fire-like barberries,

Figs to fill your mouth,

Citrons from the South,

Sweet to tongue and sound to eye;

Come buy, come buy.”