Scarves, Shawls, and Wraps - drape yourself in alpaca, silk, and other rich textiles designed by talented artisans worldwide. Enjoy exploring this extraordinary collection of handcrafted accessories and reading about the artisans behind each treasure. Favorite categories include: Peruvian Alpaca Scarves & Shawls and Indonesian Batik Scarves and Silk Fans.
Featured Reviews on Accessories
EVERY time I wear these I get compliments - which of course gives me an opportunity to tell people about Novica and the amazing artists work that is here. Dont think these are fragile - they are well made and easy to wash hand wash in a bowl. I here again ordering more from Suciati as gifts.
These masks are far prettier than the pictures indicate. The black and white ones are just beautiful.
These masks are great. The batik prints are beautiful an unlike any others I have seen to date. Simple care, wash in cold water and hang or dry flat, come out looking like new.
Desak Nyoman Parwati Batik robes and decor accents
"I have built my career step by step. I started by asking my neighbors to come to my place to look at my collection...."
Alpaca Wool Striped Scarf from Peru, "Andean Twilight"$59.99
The colors of the firmament, when the sun finally bids day farewell, inspire the vibrant design of this alpaca scarf. Fernando Cano creates vibrant patterns as he knits the scarf in shades of plum, orange, green and brown. Alpaca has been prized in the Andean region for centuries thanks to its warm and lightweight fleece.
Peruvian Alpaca and Wool Blend Felt Hat in Taupe, "Munay in Taupe"$139.95
Featuring a solid color in taupe, soft alpaca and wool blend felt is used to create this fashionable hat from Peru. Andeana designs the hat, accented by a handwoven alpaca and wool blend belt that displays intricate diamond patterns. This delightful accessory features a structured top and a wide brim. Andeana names the hat meaning "with love" in Quechua.
Unique Rayon Chenille Shawl, "Maya Firebird"$119.95
Women of the Guatemalan textile arts cooperativeK’amolon K’i K’ojonel (meaning “let’s get together”)collaborate on this elegant shawl. From the women whodye the bamboo rayon fibers, to those who spin theminto silky threads, to those who weave it on a backstrap loom, each step is done by hand at home. 100% rayon from bamboo.
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