Friday, September 18, 2009

Emily Dickinson Silk Scarf

Some time ago I posted about a silk Shakespeare sonnets scarf from the Museum Company Store website. Since then, I've come across this lovely silk scarf featuring the poetry of Emily Dickinson and though it would make a nice post for a "luxury Friday". Ironically, I found the Dickinson scarf at the Shakespeare's Den website! I wish I had a way to enlarge the image to show the detail, but on the other hand, this way you can see the lovely overall pattern as well as the vibrant colors.

As a silly aside, have you ever heard the claim that any Emily Dickinson poem can be set to the tune of "The Yellow Rose of Texas"? Try it! Oh, "Because I could not stop for death, He kindly stopped for meeeeeee....." (Too bad I can't insert little music symbols into the text here!)

In any case, this is a lovely scarf, sure to be appreciated by any Emily Dickinson lover, poetry lover, or even just a silk scarf lover. The scarf measures 11 by 60.5 inches, and comes in a gift box. If you wanted to use it as a stocking stuffer and the box was too big, you could probably re-wrap it in a smaller box (or find a bigger stocking!)

What: Emily Dickinson Silk Scarf
Where: Shakespeare's Den website
How much (as of today's post): $33.95 (plus shipping)

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