Blueprint silk scarf: Detroit's Train Station Ironwork.
Blueprint silk scarf: Ironwork detail of Michigan Central Station (commonly known as simply "The Train Station"). From original 1912 blueprints, painstakingly restored by us. We’ve digitally restored the original print in order to give you a clearer representation of our beloved historic landmark.
Created by the architects who also designed New York City’s Grand Central Terminal, MCS is an ubiquitous symbol of Detroit. Shuttered in 1988 and now in ruins, it is one of the most photographed structures in the city. At the time of its construction, Michigan Central Depot was the tallest rail station in the world. The print is placed at one end and measures approx. 12" x 18".
13.5" x 69" + knotted fringe, soft, extremely lightweight gauzy and delicate. Note: minor imperfections are part of the charm and character of handcrafted silk.
Our silk fair trade scarves are purchased directly from the weavers in Thailand at the price they set.
CARE: machine wash on delicate in a mesh bag or carefully hand wash cold; lay flat or hang to dry. You may iron on the design with a dry iron on medium heat.
Make this design uniquely yours by choosing custom ink and fabric colors.
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