Moriarty Scarf - Official BBC Licensed Sherlock Scarf
The officially-licensed Moriarty Scarf is an exclusively-designed tribute to Andrew Scott's Consulting Criminal
Miss him? Since his first appearance in The Great Game (2010), the world can't get enough of Andrew Scott's Jim Moriarty. He was a prominent threat in Series 2 bringing about Sherlock's Reichenbach Fall, and he's expected to return for Series 4.
We just had to celebrate his evil genius, so this Moriarty Scarf features a repeated skull meme on a design based on the wallpaper in the living room of 221B Baker Street. This skull is fashioned after the print by artist, John Pinkerton, echoing the cranium Holmes keeps on the fireplace (he can't take it outside because it attracts too much attention).
The golden Sherlock logo and a graffiti smiley, used as target practise by Sherlock in The Great Game, add a touch of cheeky finesse to the pure silk scarf.
- Digitally printed onto 100% Pure Silk, so you get top-quality detail
- Free UK delivery
- 40 x 190cms
- Presented in a special gift box emblazoned with foil-printed Sherlock logo
- Not 100% happy? With our 90-day money-back guarantee, you can simply return your item and get a full refund - with no questions asked!