Pure silk scarves

Realising a niche in the market for a luxury New Zealand made item, Sue Wickison and her son Nick have combined skills to establish the company called 'Pique' to develop the range of scarves showcasing the country’s iconic silver fern.

The scarves reflect the many colours of New Zealand unspoilt beauty, from the majestic mountains, through ancient forests to the deep fjords, tranquil lakes and the impressive coastlines. Our range is wholly designed and made in New Zealand with a passion for quality and a desire to strive for excellence.

Original artwork of internationally renowned artist Sue Wickison.



Torlesse Scarf


The grey shades are called “TORLESSE” which is the name for greywacke the rock that most of the mountains are made of in New Zealand. So the grey scarf is Torlesse and represents the snow and rock of the majestic mountains of the country.

A scarf for any occasion, wrap up warm for the mountains or take it to dinner at a five star hotel.
Inspired by New Zealand’s iconic Silver Fern, this classic Jacquard woven scarf has soft, luxurious finish. It's versatile for any styling and perfect for travel. With precise hand finished hems the scarf is packaged to create an attractive gift to put a smile on anyone’s face.
Enjoy the warmth of giving.

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  • Hand drawn fern designs by Sue Wickison
  • 100% wool
  • Size: 45 x 180cm
  • New Zealand made

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