Blueprint Silk Scarf, Cass Tech Detroit
Blueprint silk scarf. Cass Technical High School. Illustration from original 1917 blueprints. We've digitally restored photos of the original prints to minimize creases and water damage.
"Cass Technical School was built in 1917 by architects William E. Higginbotham (1858-1923) and partner William G. Malcomson. They both designed many schools, churches and residential buildings throughout Detroit from 1894 to 1923. Albert Kahn Associates designed the modern addition which was completed in 1985. The school was damaged in a fire and abandoned in 2007."
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.
If you would like help from the pros when choosing custom colors to match please email us at email@example.com
You can also call 855-LAB-TIES(522-8437) during Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
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