Women's Grey Alpaca Wool Blend Accessories(47 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Grey Alpaca Wool Blend Accessories Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Women's Grey Alpaca Wool Blend Accessories
She loves it!
I gave this to my daughter as a Christmas gift, as she greatly missed her lost shawl. The shawl is lovely and the workmanship delighted her greatly. But the most wonderful part of this gift to her was the wrapping and hand written note from the Artist; very personal and kind. Thank you!
a Christmas gift
The gift was well received. She complimented how warm it was & the Alpaca had a luxurious texture to it.
Raquel and Gregor Alpaca accessories
"We would like to thank you for supporting our art, which in turn will benefit many Peruvian families."
Popular Women's Grey Alpaca Wool Blend Accessories
Hand Woven Baby Alpaca Silk Blend Grey Shawl from Peru, "Soft Texture in Grey"
Featuring stripes in eggshell, stone, and midnight blue hues, this Peruvian shawl is knitted of a soft baby alpaca blend. Presented by duo Raquel and Gregor, this hand-woven shawl captures the textured character of the Andes.
Baby alpaca refers to the fine fleece from the season's first shearing.
Pink and Grey Baby Alpaca Blend Hand Woven Shawl, "Stone Rose"$79.99
Designed by Raquel and Gregor of Peru, this baby alpaca and pima cotton blend hand woven shawl is both lightweight and cozy warm. The shawl features a rosy color palette of pink and grey in three color-blocked stripes with a subtle herringbone pattern, plus subtle texture from the artful placement of boucle yarn in the weave. Fringe finishes both ends of the shawl.
Baby Alpaca and Silk Blend Teal and Grey Reversible Scarf, "Options in Teal"$89.99
Elegant and sumptuously soft, this baby alpaca and silk blend fringed scarf will add a touch of sophistication to any wardrobe. Presented by Felipe Berckholtz of Peru, this scarf is reversible, teal on one side and gunmetal grey on the other. Baby alpaca refers to the fine fleece from the season's first shearing.