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  • Solace Snake Scarf
  • Solace Snake Scarf
  • Solace Snake Scarf

Solace Snake Scarf


The serpent is revered in high regard in China. The Qin dynasty (221 BC – 206 BC). recorded many gods and goddesses being involved with snakes. The four gods of the sea all wore snakes as ornaments on their ears and used snakes to journey.  


The snake is a symbol of the great power of nature, and the ability to control snakes represents the ability to control nature.


Snakes have also been a common totem in parts of China, like the Tujia ethnic group living around the border of the Sichuan, Guizhou and Hunan provinces.  The ancient people who lived in today’s Fujian province used to have snake tattoos as a form of worship.


The snake is an omen of good fortune and health, and a symbol of wisdom and strength. Overall, the snake has a rich cultural and mysterious connotation, sign of good luck, great harvest and reproduction.


Snakes are solitary creatures that come together to mate and hibernate.


Read the story.

  • Silk/chiffon shear scarf full dynamic adornment, a statement piece. The material allows to breathe and is comforting during cooler occasions. Suitable for day and evening wear. There is a choice of tassels for the black colour way scarf. The black and gold scarves shall come without tassels unless requested. The hand finishing shall vary and may be dyed. The tassels are from Como, Italy, 100% silk and hand stitched on, so please note and handwash only. Each scarf shall be quite individual.

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