Celestial deer
The inspiration for this drawing came during the study of the fragments of the world's oldest Pazyryk carpet and fabrics found in the frozen mounds of the Altai Mountains.

On one of the felt saddle pads stored in the Hermitage which covered the fighting horses of the Scythians and Sacas, depicted a figure of a deer. The deer is portrayed with raised head and hind legs are bent.

The artist in her drawing depicted the deer surrounded by the Sun and the Moon to show the picture of the cyclic universe in which the whole process of creation and being is based on the dualism of good and evil, life and death, light and darkness.

Care for printed silk products:
Care for printed silk products We recommend washing natural printed fabric in a large amount of warm water (up to 30 degrees Celcius) on delicate mode without pre-soaking and with minimum mechanical intrusion. Soaking natural printed silk is not recommended. Do not bleach. Dry cleaning is recommended. Iron at low temperature..

Orders and Shipping:
Dear client please write an email to us helenelitorellefr@gmail.com, so you can choose the most convenient for you shipping method.
Write to FaceBook Messenger
Click to order