Pavlovoposad shawl. Green. Rendez-vous with the summer. Silk Fringe , 89*89 cm
Masters of folk crafts of Russia have always been famous for the ability to embody the highest beauty in the most seemingly ordinary things. Woolen scarves from a unique manufacturer, the manufactory in the town of Pavlovsky Posad near Moscow, glorified our country all over the world.
More than two hundred years ago, a peasant Ivan Labzin opened a “silk factory” in the village of Pavlovo, which was destined to grow into a famous enterprise. In 1958, Europeans got the opportunity to buy Pavloposad shawls: the products of the Pavlovo-Posad factory were presented at the World Exhibition in Brussels - and the world gasped, and the Russian masters took the Great Gold Medal home.
Today, Russian headscarves include the world's best designers, from Jean-Paul Gautier to Vyacheslav Zaitsev; they are worn by "star" women of cinema and pop - Jessica Parker, Milla Jovovich, Gwen Stefani. Pavlovo-Posad manufactory has collected a huge number of awards and prizes, from traditional grand prizes and diplomas of thematic exhibitions to the Order of Glory to Russia and the Prize of the Government of the Russian Federation.
Wool shawl, printed, with overlock
Image author: Elena Favoritova
Size 89x89 cm
Verleger: Pavlovoposadskaja Platochnaja Manufaktura
im Jahr 2019
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