Increasingly animals find there way into my art works. For 'Uma' which means horse in Japanese, I have tried to express a stylised horse galloping through the landscape.This design is quite formally based on circles of movement and could be held at bey with a jacket for the office or flaunted on the race track. I think new ties will see the animals playing a bigger role. Watch out for the tigers.
Like all ties at Aya Kawa, this tie is 100% silk (woven on a 2400 hook jacquard loom) with a pure lambs wool interlining.
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