Pride & Prejudice Peacock Book Cover Scarf ONLY 1 REMAINING!

  • Gracefully draped around your neck, it looks like a sophisticated blue-on-blue scarf. Unfurled, it displays your appreciation of one of the most enduring novels of all time. Hand-dyed and hand-printed on an elegant blend of cotton and silk, it’s as light as a peacock feather, as soft as a lover’s sigh. A perfect accent for your wardrobe, all year long. Light blue on midnight navy. Cotton and silk; 39½" x 59".

    Irishman Hugh Thomson illustrated all six of Jane Austen’s novels, plus works by Dickens, Thackeray and J.M. Barrie. Symbolizing pride, beauty and rebirth, Thomson’s peacock graced the cover of the 1894 first edition of Pride and Prejudice, more than 80 years after the book was originally published. Peacocks were a popular theme among artists such as William Morris, James McNeill Whistler and Louis Comfort Tiffany in the late 19th century.