Here we have those deep, rich colours of amaryllis painted semi-abstractly by the world's greatest artist, Nature.
Typically, amaryllis has crimson flowers with purple and pink variations and green leaves - and that is very much the palette we have here.
Amaryllis is known in South Africa, its original home, as the March Lily, and in Australia as the Easter Lily, so it's perfect for this collection of fresh foulards for spring and summer.
However, remarkably the image comes from the hard, volcanic rock that is agate. Isn't nature wonderful - and a little bemusing?
Whatever, it makes for a distinctive scarf that goes with many other outfits - complementing them, or contrasting with them.
At this size, it is as useful as an outdoor casual scarf as it is as an indoor formal scarf.
And a gift anyone would thank you for.