Women's Printed Hand Woven Accessories(59 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Printed Hand Woven Accessories Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Review on Women's Printed Hand Woven Accessories
A beautiful silk shawl.
This lovely shawl will dress up the simplest of outfits. The colors are vibrant and the texture of the silk is so soft.
Rajnandinee and Srabonti Handcrafted handbags, scarves and shawls
"We are trying to promote Bengal crafts and hope to generate more employment and help revive Bengal's rich heritage."
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Popular Women's Printed Hand Woven Accessories
White and Blue Rayon Shawl Made with Natural Dyes, "Tropical Rain"$49.99
NOVICA artisan Saktut Raitawati and Threads of Life have collaborated to presented this beautiful shawl. The shawl is made from 100% rayon and woven in East Java. It is naturally dyed by Threads of Life using dye plants from indigo () and a mangrove species ().
Hand Block Printed Woven Ivory and Blue Floral Silk Shawl, "Joy Blossoms"$59.99
A traditional hand block-print technique from India distinguishes this stylish tussar silk shawl. Rajnandinee and Srabonti select complementary colors of ivory and blue to forge a unique floral print that is framed by fringe on each end.
As is typical of genuine handloomed fabric, there are tiny slubs throughout. This occurs when a thread runs out, and the weaver extends it by twisting a new thread together with the old.
Blue Cotton Reusable Face Mask with Filters, "Blue Foliage"$19.99
A cornflower blue background and a darker blue scattering of leaves adorn this cotton face mask, which is woven on a traditional loom by Juan and Ana in Guatemala. The double-layer mask features a third layer consisting of a removable filter of polypropylene. Washable and reusable, it features elastic ear loops for a secure fit. Three washable filters are included.
Hibiscus Flowers Hand Block Printed on Tussar Silk Shawl, "Enchanted Hibiscus"$59.99
Rajnandinee and Srabonti select a palette of fresh, vibrant colors for the exquisite design of this tussar silk shawl. Traditional hand block printing techniques reveal hibiscus flowers blossoming with cheerful energy throughout the wrap in a palette of colors that includes magenta, turquoise and light olive over ecru.
Hand block printing is a millenary art form believed to have spread throughout Asia during the 4th century AD. The desired composition is carved on wooden block with a chisel, hammer, file, nails etc. Printing involves laying out the fabric on flat tables and making the impressions with the previously carved blocks dipped in the desired dyes.