This double-sided large scarf is made from silk and printed with our iconic Boundary print in brown and charcoal on either side.
The Jago Boundary Print is adapted and customised from John Rocque’s 1746 plan of London showing the streets and landmarks that Jack Sheppard knew. From Newgate Gaol, the location of Jack’s daring escapes, to Tyburn, now Marble Arch, are picked out for note with a Georgian illustration of the infamous triangular gallows of the ‘Tyburn Tree’ where Jack met his eventual end, at what became the largest publicly attended hanging ever. This began Jack’s passage into London folk lore legend.
All prints will differ slightly as they are cut from a larger Jago Map Print pattern.
Offered here in 100% silk.
160cm x 14cm.
Dry clean or hand wash only.
- As it was in the time of the Jago, the street is our stage!