The Story Behind
Toscano Amber twill silk scarf is created using the original oil painting “Toscano” painted by the founder and chief designer of Serval Atelier Stefan S. Serval. The scene on the scarf represents the theme of a town in Tuscany lit by the warm Tuscan sun. Life is presented here with a positive moment and a display of a mixture of Mediterranean architecture, a play of clouds and sun, and artistic imagination. The scarf can be discovered, again and again, revealing new details each time you wear it.
Based on Artwork
The design of the Linea di Toscano Amber scarf is based on the original oil painting “Toscano” painted by founder and chief designer Stefan S. Serval. Today, these paintings adorn private collections around the world, achieving the exclusivity of each scarf. The original painting is done in a special style that presents a mixture of cubism, illustration, and design and was painted for more than two years. It combines our savoir-faire with art and design.
Made by Artisans of Como, Italy
The scarf is made by the artisans of the silk in the famous Como valley, ITALY combining a long tradition of elegance and charm and requires technique, precision, and manual skill, but also a great passion. It all started in the year 1400 when Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan, had a brilliant idea: planting mulberry trees around Lake Como, to the delight of local greedy silkworms. That was the moment when Lake Como’s silk manufacturing started to arise and to write a history of the best silk products.
Packed in a handmade luxury box
Scarves are carefully wrapped in silk paper, closed with the gold sticker and packed in the luxury handmade Serval Atelier box. The luxury box is decorated with a gold print in the distinctive shape of a rectangle and a Serval logo together with the enclosed certificate of the authenticity card which guarantees the originality and authenticity of each Serval Atelier luxury silk scarf.