Kate

Bubblegum

QAR 450,00

By KATE

A hand-crafted scarf, made of 100% natural silk, in the small Greek town of Soufli, where silk is grown from natural silkworm cocoons since antiquity.

This scarf was designed using the Ebru art technique.

Ebru is a traditional form of painting, known in the East for centuries. The design is made on the surface of the water and then captured on the fabric. Every piece of fabric turns into a canvas where the artwork is transferred and it takes 4 days to perfect each scarf. There can be no two identical pieces, each scarf is unique. 

Details:

  • Material: 100% Silk with hand-rolled edges

  • Dimensions: 70 x 70 cm

Designed and Made in Greece

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Keep your scarves happy and bright by storing them away from humidity and direct sunlight. Dry clean and use cool iron on the back side only.

SHIPPING
We are open 7 days a week, excluding holidays. All orders with items in stock are shipped as soon as possible, in most cases on the next business day. Exception are the bespoke items and made-to-order pieces that have different shipping times.

QATAR
Shipping within Qatar is free and you will receive your order on the next business day.
There is also the option of same-day delivery, but you must place your order before 12.00 noon (local time). A flat fee of 40 QAR applies.

GCC
At the moment we ship only to Qatar and the neighboring Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, but we will start shipping to more destinations soon.
All orders are shipped with DHL Express. Allow 3-5 business days for delivery. For orders over 1000 QAR, shipping is free. For all other orders, there is a flat shipping cost of 79 QAR, that will be added to your total cost at checkout.

RETURNS
We are confident that you will love your purchase, but if for some reason you don’t, you can send it back to us within 15 days of receipt and you will get an exchange item or store credit.

KATE

Katerina Momitsa is the artist behind the brand Káte. She works with the Ebru and marbling techniques.

Ebru is a traditional form of painting, well known in Anatolia for centuries. The design is created on the water and then captured on paper. The origin of the word is Persian and means "figure like a cloud".

Katerina’s first contact and studies with ebru were in Istanbul. Since then she has participated in several workshops of many ebru masters and has participated in various exhibitions.

In her art studio in Athens, she experiments with ebru and marbling techniques and applies them on various materials.

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