Pallas Athene Silk Pocket Square$ 85
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- Product Notes
To commemorate 100 years since the death of Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) Rampley & Co. have launched a collection of three stunning pocket squares. Gustav Klimt's use of classical myth iconography is directly derivative of antiquity in his many images of Athena. The outstanding image of this goddess is his Pallas Athene of 1898. She is strikingly different from his renowned femmes fatales whose sexuality is overwhelming. Here it is the divinity which Klimt finds more interesting, rather than her sexuality, not surprising given the gender ambiguities she demonstrates in Greek mythology. A striking and bold image that will look beutifully versatile in the pocket.
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- Size Notes 42cm x 42cm
- Materials and Care Notes
Made in England
- Delivery & returns
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Rampley & Co believes that a bright and colourful pocket square has the power to completely transform an outfit while also telling a story. Through collaborations with The National Gallery, a few of the pocket squares on offer now feature famous paintings, skilfully printed. Each pocket square can be folded or stuffed in a variety of ways to best display the print or to suit the jacket it is worn with.
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