Central American Women's Accessories(330 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Central American Women's Accessories Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans from Central America.
Featured Reviews on Central American Women's Accessories
I have reached for this shawl innumerable times due to air conditioners. Perfect to take along ?just in case?. It?s not too bulky but gives me just the layer of warmth I often need. The color combination is a huge plus as it compliments many different outfits.
My daughter-in-law loved it!
I purchased this scarf for my daughter-in-law for her birthday and she loved it! She wore it the first day she received it!
K'amolon K'i K'ojonel Hand-woven accessories and apparel
They regard as their major achievement the stability of a women's organization and so offer hope to the survivors of the 1980s massacres.
Many children were orphaned too, and... read more
Popular Central American Women's Accessories
Women's Rayon Chenille Handmade Scarf, "Solola Sapphire"
Talented weavers from K'amolon K'i K'ojonel create an admirable iridescent effect as they weave this scarf on a traditional backstrap loom. Working with rayon made from bamboo fiber, they weave this scarf in shades of blue, purple and green.
Hand Woven Rayon Chenille Scarf Woven in Red Purple and Pink, "Pomegranate Passion"
Talented weavers from K'amolon K'i K'ojonel create a fascinating iridescent effect as they weave this scarf in delicious shades of pink, purple, and red tempered by brown and beige. They work on a traditional backstrap loom with the soft textures of rayon made from bamboo fiber.
Backstrap Loom Handwoven Green Rayon Scarf, "Mystic Maya Meadows"
Narrow rows of periwinkle and peacock blue flow in orderly patterns across a bottle green scarf. Working on a backstrap loom, Maya artisans from K'amolon K'i K'ojonel transform soft rayon derived from bamboo fiber into a beautiful handwoven scarf. "This design is inspired by the forests and sky," they confide.
Artisan Crafted Colorful Cotton Shawl from Guatemala, "Festival of Color"
Evoking the colors of a Guatemalan festival, this shawl features vibrant stripes, X patterns, and squares that are woven by hand from cotton yarns. Elena Ixtamer creates this shawl, which is accented at the ends with dangling fringe work.