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Flowers For A Bee

Today we are going to share another treasure that is a kind of rediscovery of our #traditions_and_roots. This treasure has a long-lasting history and it is still in production, it combined incredible beauty, floral prints, natural materials and multiple ways of using.

 

It’s very hard to produce something that can be liked by everyone. However, these beautiful Russian shawls are definitely an exception. It’s hard to find a person who does not love these shawls from the first sight. As a rule, everyone who sees it, says "Ah!" and "Oh!" and "Where did you get it?" and "May I touch it?"

If you take the best natural wool and silk, then using the best equipment weave the fabric with attention and care, colour it with the best paints, add 200 years of tradition of design and production - you will get the Pavlovo Posad shawl.


Interesting facts:

  • The history of the Pavlovo Posad Shawl Manufactory is more than two centuries long.
  • Today, the company employs 11 artists-designers, who create modern masterpieces, based on centuries-old traditions.
  • The earliest shawls, which you can see today, date back to 1860. In 1881, the manufactory received the status of a Purveyour to the Russian Imperial Court.
  • You can be absolutely sure that you will enjoy your shawl for many years for its lasting beauty, which will help you in creating your unique image.
  • Already in 1860, according to archives, the manufactory had its own three draughtsmen (designers). Thus, the design traditions of the Pavlovo Posad Shawl Manufactory are more than 150 years old.
  • During the process of manufacturing, a great attention is paid to environmentally friendly production and products. Protection of the environment is one of the priorities of the enterprise.

So, you can be completely sure that the natural wool, silk and colorants, used during the production process, meet the highest standards of ecological purity. 

Ways of using:

As you see, Pavloposad shawl look stylish and just amazing not only being wearied by some Russian ‘babushka’. Endless functions: from using it as a tablecloth to wrapping your baby up in a soft and warm 100% natural shawl, how cool is that!

Let’s create together and share!

Why do we call it ‘FLOWERS FOR A BEE’?

We put our floral-printed shawls in a special ‘Bee-Box’

10% from every sale of the ‘Bee-box’ goes to non-profitable organization 

‘World Save Bee Fund’

Let's save a world where every flower has a bee...