Danse N°2 Pink & Blue knotted Fetish
Printed silk twill bracelet


Tying ribbon printed differently on 2 sides 100% silk French-made.

On the front: repetition of the “Tiki” Maison Fétiche logo in blue on a pink background.

On the back: sea bottom with pink and blue parrot fishes and coral.

In order to combine tradition, know-how and creativity, Maison Fétiche has gone to meet the best French workshops of luxury clothing to offer you this silk bracelet of incomparable quality which will make you an elegant and audacious woman.

Dimension : 68 x 4 cm / 26,77 x 1,57 inch

Advice & Maintenance:
Like nature, your silk accessory Maison Fétiche is fragile. Keep it flat and untied in the box provided for this purpose. Avoid contact with rain or chemicals. Preferably entrust the cleaning to a specialized professional. However, you can wash your Maison Fétiche silk accessory yourself in clear water without rubbing or chemicals, then let it dry flat on a clothes line.

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Extracted from a major pictorial work by the artist Caroline Basuyau, Dance attempts to describe a sumptuous and still preserved underwater nature. A captured moment, a surprise offered, the artist places us in the intimacy of a luminescent coral reef, a school of surprised fish, scatters in front of the spectator. The superposition of patterns, the use of flat areas of bright colours create the illusion of perspective and play with our perception to project movement. The background pattern with Polynesian flowers is a recurrence in the Maison Fétiche scarves, it is the affirmation of a deep anchoring to these territories made of mysterious and phantasmagorical islands. It is a hymn to beauty and opulence of nature in perpetual representation.

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