HARE AND THE TURTLE LARGE SCARF (90X90 CENTIMETERS)

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HARE AND THE TURTLE LARGE SCARF (90X90 CENTIMETERS)

$208.000

From our Fables collection we present the scarf “THE HARE AND THE TURTLE”. This 90×90 cm piece is perfect for making all types of knots thanks to its extended length, made of 100% digitally printed silk. Each scarf comes in a beautiful cylinder stamped with our brand.

Here we leave you the fable so that you know the story.

“The hare and the Tortoise”

The one who runs the most does not arrive sooner: what matters is to leave at the right time. Examples of this are the hare and the tortoise. “Let’s bet, she said, that you won’t get to that milestone as soon as I did. I won’t get there as soon as you?” Are you crazy? – The hare replied. You will have to purge yourself, before starting the race.-Crazy or not crazy, I keep the bet. ” So they made a bet and put the money they had posted next to the landmark; Knowing what it was does not matter in our case, nor does it matter who was the judge of the contest.

Our hare did not have to do more than four leaps; I say four, referring to the desperate leaps that she takes, when the dogs are already following her closely, and she sends them to her and makes them devour the wasteland and the meadow. Thus having plenty of time to graze, sleep and smell the wind, she leaves the tortoise at canon pace. The heavy reptile breaks, strive as much as possible, it hastens slowly; the hare disdains an easy victory, has little to his opponent

It is important to leave at a good time. Examples of this are the hare and the tortoise. “Let’s bet, she said, that you won’t get to that milestone as soon as I did. I won’t get there as soon as you?” Are you crazy? – The hare replied. You will have to purge yourself, before starting the race.-Crazy or not crazy, I keep the bet. ” So they made a bet and put the money they had posted next to the landmark; Knowing what it was does not matter in our case, nor does it matter who was the judge of the contest.

Our hare did not have to do more than four leaps; I say four, referring to the desperate leaps that she gives, when the dogs are already following her closely, and she sends them in praise of her and makes them devour the wasteland and the meadow. Having, then, plenty of time to graze, to sleep and to smell the wind, he leaves the tortoise at the pace of a canon. The heavy reptile breaks, strive as much as possible, it hastens slowly; the hare disdains an easy victory, has little to his opponent and judges that it matters to his decorum, not to start the race until the last hour. She wakes up, grazing the fresh grass, and is attentive to anything but the bet. When she sees that the turtle reaches the goal, she starts off like lightning; but her spirits are useless now: her rival arrives first. “How about? Tell him this: Was he or was he not right? What good is your agility to you? ” Defeated by me! What would happen to you, if you carried, like me, the house on your back?

Here we leave you the fable so that you know the story.

“The hare and the Tortoise”

The one who runs the most does not arrive sooner: what matters is to leave at the right time. Examples of this are the hare and the tortoise. “Let’s bet, she said, that you won’t get to that milestone as soon as I did. I won’t get there as soon as you?” Are you crazy? – The hare replied. You will have to purge yourself, before starting the race.-Crazy or not crazy, I keep the bet. ” So they made a bet and put the money they had posted next to the landmark; Knowing what it was does not matter in our case, nor does it matter who was the judge of the contest.

Our hare did not have to do more than four leaps; I say four, referring to the desperate leaps that she takes, when the dogs are already following her closely, and she sends them to her and makes them devour the wasteland and the meadow. Thus having plenty of time to graze, sleep and smell the wind, she leaves the tortoise at canon pace. The heavy reptile breaks, strive as much as possible, it hastens slowly; the hare disdains an easy victory, has little to his opponent

It is important to leave at a good time. Examples of this are the hare and the tortoise. “Let’s bet, she said, that you won’t get to that milestone as soon as I did. I won’t get there as soon as you?” Are you crazy? – The hare replied. You will have to purge yourself, before starting the race.-Crazy or not crazy, I keep the bet. ” So they made a bet and put the money they had posted next to the landmark; Knowing what it was does not matter in our case, nor does it matter who was the judge of the contest.

Our hare did not have to do more than four leaps; I say four, referring to the desperate leaps that she gives, when the dogs are already following her closely, and she sends them in praise of her and makes them devour the wasteland and the meadow. Having, then, plenty of time to graze, to sleep and to smell the wind, he leaves the tortoise at the pace of a canon. The heavy reptile breaks, strive as much as possible, it hastens slowly; the hare disdains an easy victory, has little to his opponent and judges that it matters to his decorum, not to start the race until the last hour. She wakes up, grazing the fresh grass, and is attentive to anything but the bet. When she sees that the turtle reaches the goal, she starts off like lightning; but her spirits are useless now: her rival arrives first. “How about? Tell him this: Was he or was he not right? What good is your agility to you? ” Defeated by me! What would happen to you, if you carried, like me, the house on your back?

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