(Allow 4-6 weeks)
Material: modal and cashmere with eyelash fringes on the ends and handrolled finish on the sides
Size: 42" x 80"
Color: Earth tones with green fields
This scarf is dedicated to the victims of the November 12th, 2017 earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 in the Kermanshah Province of Iran which borders Iraq. Until January 1st 2018, 100% of profits from the sale of this scarf will be donated to Relief International, a non-profit organization that is non-sectarian and non-political who respond to natural disasters, humanitarian emergencies and chronic poverty.
The colors chosen for this scarf are inspired by the natural beauty of Kermanshah's landscape of rocky mountains with green fields and it's monumental pre-islamic rock reliefs at Tag-e-Bostan.
Because of its antiquity, attractive landscapes, rich culture and Neolithic villages, Kermanshah is considered one of the cradles of prehistoric cultures
1-Aerial view of the capital of Kermanshah province, Kermanshah, shown in blue with the farmlands and mountains in green and earth tones. The epicenter of the quake was at Sarpol-e Zahab which is about 120 km West of the city.
2 & 3-Taqh-e-Bostan bas-reliefs (Arch of the Garden) 4th century AD
4-Bisotun: The Rock Carving and Inscriptions of Darius I
5-Village of Naw, Kermanshah, photo credit: Shahriyar7339
6-Tekyeh Moaven al-molk, an example of Islamic architecture with stained glass windows
8-Anahita Temple, dedicated to the ancient Persian goddess of water and beauty, 200 BC
9-Train through the mountains of Kermanshah