'Va chier...' Hand embroidered cashmere scarf
Free delivery within UK mainland until 20th December!
This winter warmer will make your cheeks red twice: Once when you read its strongly worded linen side, and once it warms you up with its snuggly soft pure cashmere side!
The front of the ‘Va chier...’ hand embroidered rude scarf is black 100% Irish linen, woven by John England, and hand embroidered with a transitioning palet from vibrant Chartreuse green to ivory, to Chartreuse green, 100% silk thread in satin stitch. The back of this unique edition is a black heavy 100% pure glossy cashmere! Soft, warm and classic.
10% of the sale of this item will be donated to Riding for the Disabled. A charity very close to my heart and extremely well deserving, which gives disabled children, young people and adults the freedom of mobility, and the joy of contact with horses.
Riding for the Disabled is part of The Horse Rangers Association (Registered Charity 1098257)
This Si Je Veux item is a unique one-of-a-kind piece of wearable fine-art, handmade in Richmond upon Thames, England, with great British materials.
Hand embroidered with this long continuous phrase:
“Va chier dans ta caisse
Enculé de ta race”.
You don't need to be freezing cold to look cool this winter. At over 2m in length, this scarf is not for the faint of heart. This profound profusion of profanity is made entirely with satin stitch, requiring several weeks of intensive and very precise hand embroidery.
To emphasis the exuberance of the expression, a scintillating progression of vibrant Chartreuse green to ivory, to Chartreuse green, type demands to be read.
The ‘Nom de Dieu...’ rude scarf is presented in a hand crafted Si Je Veux storage box and carefully wrapped to ensure its safety during delivery.
All postage within the mainland Uk is free of charge, registered and insured. Overseas postage is registered and insured. Prices on demand.
You can commission one in a different colour or fabric, such as exquisite cashmere, linen or silk. Simply click on 'Commissioning' to start.