Exclusive collection of silk scarves and velour scarves made in Lyon, France by Brochier Soieries, editor and manufacturer for the greatest Art museums of the world. Square scarves usually reproduce some masterpieces of Art. Oblong scarves feature interesting parts of a painting or a precious fabric. The choice of the type of silk for these scarves is made by the manufacturer himself, depending on the design.
Peacock Lamp, v.1903 This marvellous velvet scarf is based on the artwork of a Tiffany lamp, in a unique combination of deep and phosphorescent design. You can choose between 3 color themes, gold, blue and black.
La Joconde, Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa is the most famous painting in the world. Visitors from all over the world visit the Louvre Museum to have the opportunity to see it! This silk scarf is available in different colors.
Etang aux nymphéas et le pont Japonais.1899. Edition National Gallery of Art- Washington,DC. This square silk scarf reproduces the famous masterpiece painted by Monet, in his garden at Giverny. It can be a personal accessory or can be framed to become an extraordinary home decoration.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir , 'The Boating Party Lunch', 1881. This magnifiscent blue satin chiffon silk scarf represents sheer elegance with a bright display of vibrant colours.Illustrated is a yellow shaded boating party sailing over a vivid blue.
Graphic images and vibrant colors meet on this pure silk scarf featuring Jane Avril (1868-1943), who was a famous French can-can dancer at the Moulin-Rouge cabaret of Paris. Satin stripes give to this silk chiffon a subtle sheen and the hem is elegantly finished with a bourdon stitch.. This scarf is available in magnificent colors: Orange, Purple, Blue,...
This scarf is a reproduction of the painting called: The Fighting Temeraire tugged to her Berth to be broken up, 1838 from J.M.W.TURNER. National Gallery, London. The marvellous explosion of warm orange nuances is remarkable.
Nude in the bath c.1925 This scarf doesn't show a nude silhouette, but reproduces a mix of colours from the background of this painting. It is a marvelous example of Bonnard's love for contrasting colors. The chiffon silk emphasizes the beauty of the color gradient, from pale blue to orange.
A colorful mix of romantic brush strokes artistically finished with aspects of the painting itself. The variety of colors and silk material makes this timeless scarf great for any occasion, 12 months of the year. In summer, envision this scarf over an all-white ensemble. In winter, pair this beautiful scarf with a deep purple or jet black outfit to...
New collection by Brochier Soieries for the Palace of Versailles. This elegant blue twill silk square shows the Swiss Basin and the Parterre of the Orangerie. The Piece d'eau was named for the Swiss guards who served the king Louis XIV and extended the existing octogonal basin.
Based on the painting: Le Grand Pin, c. 1898 from the Sao Paulo Art Museum and created in collaboration with Philippe Cezanne, this oblong scarf shows the subtle and misty mix of blue and green of one of the most famous masterpieces of Paul Cezanne. The vigor and energy of this giant pine tree is communicative.