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Sara Shamma

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 Crêpe de chine silk scarf, handmade by refugee women in London.  

Comes with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.

90 x 90cm

limited edition of 60 

Packaged in box with handmade sleeve made from lifejacket material.


- Migrate Art reserves the right to cancel or refund orders for any reason. Any refunds will be returned to the same payment method used for your order.

- Please allow up to 3 weeks for international deliveries, and 2 weeks for UK deliveries.

- All orders are packed by the Love Welcomes team and will be shipped with tracking.

 - Preserve the beauty of your silk by storing it flat and untied. Avoid contact with rain, water, and other chemicals. Do not iron and entrust it to a professional dry cleaner when needed.

Sara Shamma was born in Damascus, Syria in 1975. The Syrian civil war has since influenced her portraits and the way she looks at death and humanity. She mainly works from photographs or life, using oil paints. Shamma’s work represents the impact of grief and deep internal emotions around the theme of death and humanity.  Her work is further developed through looking at the refugee crisis and the psychological impacts of human trafficking as a result of the Syrian civil war.