Women's Batik Silk Scarves(51 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Batik Silk Scarves
Elegant and yet easy to match with casual
I purchased this scarf for a friend. She loves the softness of the fabric and the unique design. The colors are vivid and so fresh. Thank you!
Yuni Kristina Silk batik shawls and scarves
"My mother is my inspiration. She and I still design together, especially the floral and bird motifs that are typical in Pekalongan batik."
I'm Yuni Kristina and I was born in 1983 in Pekalongan, Central Java. As part of Pekalongan regency, Wonokerto is known as the 'World's City of Batik,' people in here also create batik. Most homemakers in my town make batik, from small productions to large ones.... read more
Popular Women's Batik Silk Scarves
Hand Painted Miniature Motifs Batik Scarf in 100% Silk, "Ancient Tradition"
This silk scarf is designed and handmade in Armenia, by sisters Anna and Azatuhi Stepanyan. The scarf is hand painted in the technique of cold batik. The motifs are inspired by the Armenian miniature painting tradition, as seen in the ancient illuminated manuscripts of the Medieval and Byzantine periods. Ornate motifs in red, saffron, and green are carefully painted on a white ground.
Tulip Motif Signed Hand Painted Silk Batik Scarf, "Treasured Tulips"
This silk scarf is handmade in Armenia by sisters Anna and Azatuhi Stepanyan, in a tribute to the femininity and harmony living inside each woman. The scarf is hand painted in the technique of cold batik. Soft blue, purple and gold combine in a stylized field of tulips.
Handmade Silk Batik Scarf from Indonesia, "Royal Java Blue"$49.99
Shimmering shades of blue and cream cover this elegant scarf. Yuni Kristina recreates the One of many traditional batik motifs, it symbolizes the ancient Javanese kingdom in general. She stamps the blue patterns in pure silk and adds the red blossoms with the batik motif.
Multicolored Silk Batik Scarf with Hand Painted Design, "Summer Circus"
This vibrant silk scarf is handmade in Armenia by sisters Anna and Azatuhi Stepanyan. The scarf is hand painted in the technique of cold batik. Colorful designs against a sky-blue ground result in a joyful and energizing accessory.