"Madama Butterfly" Blue Silk Scarf
Madama Butterfly Blue Silk Scarf
Created exclusively for the Met, our elegant and colorful silkscreened scarf is an original design by artist, Nadia Roden.
Charming and sophisticated, each piece depicts whimsical illustrations of Japanese fans as seen in costumes found in the Metropolitan Opera’s production of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly.
Made of silk charmeuse with hand–rolled hems, it features purple, turquoise and black fans on a dark blue background.
- Available in dark blue, raspberry and yellow
- 100% silk charmeuse
- Hand–rolled hems
- 12 ” x 60”, Oblong
- Designed in USA
- Dry–clean only
- A Met Opera Exclusive
Puccini’s original version of Madama Butterfly premiered at Milan’s Teatro alla Scala in 1904. The composer was inspired to write an opera about a tragic love between a young Japanese geisha and an American Navy officer after seeing David Belasco’s play by the same name performed in London in June 1900. Puccini’s score includes many Japanese folk melodies, and is one of his most sweeping and sophisticated. It remains one of the world’s most popular operas.
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