Dress up any outfit and wear exclusively designed Broa style Viking art where you go with a fluid and beautifully draped scarf. The early Broa style was popular during the Viking age between 790 A.D. and 850 A.D.
First Live Stream Design Broa 1 Scarf
See how this scarf was created in edited excerpt videos at the bottom of the page.
It was possibly the first live stream design session of its kind, as the founder of Look: Viking did extensive search on the Internet for someone who had been doing something similar, and couldn't find any instance of the similar. This is further outlined on the website www.livestreamdesign.com.
The words "First live stream design session December 30. 2017" are printed on the scarf, next to the Look: Viking! logo to commemorate this.
Use the discount code FIRST for a 20% discount of any product in the Look: Viking! online shop, valid until the end of January 1st 2018 (at least), when it will be lowered to 15%, one day later it goes to 10%, and one day after that the discount will be 5% where it will remain.
Colors: Blue and brown colors with yellow and orange.
This scarf is in the Broa Viking age art style, the earliest Viking art style which was popular between 793 and 850 A.D. This is the style that was current during the actual days of Ragnar Lothbrok, Queens Lagertha and Aslaug, and Ragnar's sons Bjorn Ironside, Ivar the Boneless, Ubba, Hvitserk, Halvdan and Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye.
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You may choose from three beautiful fabrics that are silk-like to the touch:
- Satin Charmeuse (silk-like shiny)
- Matte Crepe (silk-like matte)
- Poly Chiffon (semi-transparent)
- (All are 100% Polyester. See image below that shows these fabrics, and their back sides.)
Four sizes to choose from:
- 16 x 16 " (41 x 41 cm)
- 26 x 26 " (66 x 66 cm)
- 36 x 36 " (90 x 90 cm)
- 50 x 50 " (127 x 127 cm)
Please select your choice of both size and fabric in the drop-down menu.
• Made from 100% polyester fabric
• Smooth surface with low lustre
• Very soft hand, lovely drape, mimics silk
• Print is visible about 50% on the back side
• Each scarf is printed and sewn by hand in Montreal, Canada
• Vivid print that will never fade after washing
Care instructions: See the FAQ section on this website.
Limited edition. Only available in the Look: Viking! online shop - not available in shops. In the Look: Viking! online shop, you are buying directly from the designer! You can even ask for custom projects according to your special color requirements.
Made in Canada, in only one piece each time (print and manufacture-on-demand). This product is made after the order, and then is shipped to the buyer. Please consider that this requires time. This product cannot be delivered overnight.
Total delivery times on average
Average production time: 6 days on average.
Add regular US shipping time: 2-5 days on average.
Add regular Canada shipping time: 10-15 days on average.
Add regular International shipping time 10-30 days on average.
Express shipping times vary, depending on service type paid for.
Half-transparent Poly Chiffon and Poly Voile scarves are also available in this design, made in the U.S.A. You find that option with the words "2 sizes" in the title.
The look and feel of the three fabric types, and how much of the pattern is visible on the back side.
Inspiration for this design:
The inspiration for the patterns on this scarf comes from three Viking artisan's objects. The main pattern on the scarf comes from an intricately ornamented 9th century woman's brooch, found in Uppland, Sweden. Inspiration for the border pattern comes from a brooch found in Näshulta, Södermanland, in Sweden, but was further developed by the designer of Look: Viking!. Inspiration for the corners are detail on a brooch found in Silte on the island of Gotland, Sweden, but the designer created the four corner patterns based on that. Below is an image of these inspirations:
See how this scarf was created in a Live Stream Design session:
1 minute long excerpt
7 minutes long excerpt