Dress up any outfit and wear exclusively designed Jellinge style Viking art where you go with a fluid and beautifully draped scarf.
Viking Brown-Grey Jellinge Scarf:
Grey with bi-colored brown and beige background, points around the edge.
The pattern on the scarf is in the Jellinge style, which was popular during the Viking age between 900 A.D. and almost to 1000 A.D. The patterns is in two sections that mirror each other, with four animals and two plant-like forms diagonally. At the bottom of the page, see the inspiration for this design.
Made from high quality poly voile and poly chiffon, this transparent scarf is extremely light and airy. Outstanding quality print turns it into a head turning style accessory. These scarves are made in the U.S.A.
You may choose between two fabrics:
Two fabric types, poly chiffon or poly voile (100% Polyester).
Two sizes to choose from:
Please select your choice in the drop-down menu.
Only available in the Look: Viking! online shop - not available in shops.
Deadlines for delivery before Yule celebrations (Christmas)
Hurry to order! Deadline for regular shipping with dedication to deliver before the Yule celebration to U.S. customers ends on December 7. After that, deadline for express shipment for delivery before the Yule celebration is December 15.
This item is printed in only one piece each time (print-on-demand). It is not mass produced in thousands of copies in a faraway country. It is nearly a work of art in itself. For this reason, it is slightly more expensive, and also more unique, than mass produced items. Truly an item to adorn the most discerning taste and love of everything Viking!
Other sizes are available (16, 26, 36 and 50 inches), in three different fabrics (Made in Canada) You find that option with the words "4 sizes" in the title. These options have different deadlines.
Inspiration for this design:
The inspiration comes from two Viking artisan's objects: A decoration of a crucifix stand (probably from the 11th century), found in Hejnum, on the island of Gotland, Sweden (upper part of image). Inspiration for the feet came from an object found in Lillhärdal, Härjedalen, Sweden (lower part of image). The designer of Look: Viking! combined those, extended the animal, and placed two of these resulting patterns mirroring each other to fully cover a square scarf.