The Courtauld Shop collaborates with talented UK designers to produce exclusive scarves, ties and bags inspired by iconic works of art housed in The Courtauld Gallery.

  • Oval Red Silk Barrette by Futaba

    Oval Red Silk Barrette by Futaba


    Futaba’s accessories stem from the desire to adapt traditional Japanese fabric–printing to modern accessories. Each piece is handmade from kimono fabric and set in acrylic resin.

  • Peacock Colour Block Silk Scarf

    Peacock Colour Block Silk Scarf


    Hand Woven Bengal Silk, each one taking over 36 hours to weave and finish. A luxury product that is both unique and versatile. Silk with Elastaine.

  • William Morris Acanthus Hair Slide

    William Morris Acanthus Hair Slide


    William Morris’ (1834 – 1896) ‘Acanthus’ wallpaper was originally printed in 1875. This William Morris design is available on more fashion accessories from The Courtauld Shop.

  • Art Deco Fans Scarf

    Art Deco Fans Scarf


    A jazzy silk scarf inspired by the strong geometric designs of Art Deco-style fan motifs.

  • Art Deco Volutes Scarf

    Art Deco Volutes Scarf


    A lovely silk scarf in black and ivory with art deco-inspired volutes.

  • Bloomsbury Blue Silk Scarf

    Bloomsbury Blue Silk Chiffon Scarf


    The subtle colour tones are neutral and flattering. This scarf, inspired by a Bloomsbury Omega Design by Duncan Grant and Frederick Etchells, is an accessory for every occasion and art lover.

  • Bloomsbury Silk Scarf

    Bloomsbury Silk Scarf


    This scarf is inspired by designs from The Omega Workshops, founded by the artist and critic Roger Fry in 1913. Although the company only operated for six years, it was a powerhouse of radical designs from many of the most avant-garde artists of the day including Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, Wyndham Lewis, Frederick Etchells, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and Winifred Gill.

  • Bloomsbury Silk Tie

    Bloomsbury Silk Tie


    This exclusively developed silk tie is inspired by designs from The Courtauld’s uniquely important collection of Omega Workshops working drawings.

  • Eugene Boudin Deauville Silk Tie

    Boudin Deauville Silk Tie


    Inspired by one of Eugene Boudin evocative seascape paintings, exhibited at The Courtauld Gallery. Boudin, the 19th century French landscape artist (1824-1898), started the trend for painting out of doors, paving the way for the Impressionists. He is best known for his maritime scenes and his fabulous skies.

  • Burgundy Contrast Circles Scarf

    Burgundy Contrast Circles Scarf


    Burgundy wool and silk contrast circles design scarf.

  • Cezanne Lac D'Annecy Scarf

    Cézanne – Le Lac d’Annecy Silk Chiffon Scarf


    A chiffon scarf based on The Lac d’Annecy, c.1896 (oil on canvas) by Cézanne, Paul (18391906). Painted at Talloires on the shores of this lake in Haute-Savoie, in the foothills of the French Alps, looking towards the Château de Duingt, half hidden by trees on the far side of the lake.

  • Cezanne Lac D'Annecy Silk Tie

    Cezanne Lac D’Annecy Silk Tie


    Inspired by sky and water details in the serene painting Lac d’Annecy, a work by the post-Impressionist Paul Cezanne (1839 – 1906). Found exclusively at The Courtauld Shop.