Silk scarf "Plytka-Horytsvit" with double-sided printing.
Paraska Plytka-Horytsvit is a Ukrainian Hutsul artist, photographer, writer, storyteller, folk philosopher, folklorist, ethnographer, dialectologist.
We discover the meanings embedded in the handkerchief:
When Paraska joined the national liberation movement and became a liaison of the UPA, her pseudonym was ""Swallow"".
Paraska took more than 4,000 photos during her lifetime. She was a talented and meticulous photographer. Her photographs allow us to see the everyday life of ordinary people who lived in the Carpathian Mountains in the second half of the 20th century.
Since childhood, Paraska was called ""Paper Factory"" because of her thirst for working with paper. Paraska was incredibly skilled at the traditional art of carving: she decorated her home with carvings, the covers of her own books, and most often created book cases decorated with carvings.
Main fabric: 100% silk
Characteristics of the product
Each of our handkerchiefs is carefully created from natural silk.
The illustrations are printed on silk using digital printing on state-of-the-art equipment and therefore will retain their rich colors for a long time. You just need to follow all the care rules indicated on the label.
Delivery and packaging
Each handkerchief has a gift packaging.
We will be happy to deliver the goods by any services convenient for you throughout the territory of Ukraine FREE.