The Rooster has long represented bravery, honesty, and luck in Chinese culture, as the two characters for Rooster and luck are pronounced similarly, 雞 and吉. Also synonymous with prosperity and wealth, large groups of Roosters are seen to bring additional good fortune. The Congregation of Roosters print depicts a large group of colourful roosters showing off their feathers in a contemporary Asian style.
This print revels in the bright colours synonymous with the Rooster and is inspired by wood block motifs, which was hand-drawn then printed onto the fine silk.
Silk is one of the world’s strongest natural fibres. Its light weight and absorbency make it comfortable for use in the tropics, yet its ability to trap warm air close to the skin makes it suitable for colder climates.
This fine silk product is made with 100% silk from China, where it was first developed in the 27th century BC. Using the latest printing technology ensures the best graphic clarity and colour vibrancy while the hand-finishing certifies a durable finish and invisible stitching.
To maintain its prime condition, we recommend dry cleaning only. For the elimination of creases, lightly steam with a press cloth.
L: 180 cm x W: 90 cm
Colour: Black, Blue, Red and Amber