Women's Yellow Scarves(51 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Yellow Scarf Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
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Popular Women's Yellow Scarves
Batik Silk Scarf with Floral Motifs in Chartreuse from Bali, "Truntum World in Chartreuse"$39.99
A world of traditional Javanese motifs decorates this silk scarf. Yuni Kristina uses the batik method and dyes it in chartreuse and denim blue, drawing the designs with a wax resist before applying the colors. This feminine accessory makes a trendy companion for all occasions.
"Truntum" has a meaning of love that grows and bonds together. Usually a Javanese bride's parent's use these motifs with the hope their newly-married children will be happily blessed with love that will grow each day.
Handmade Silk Batik Scarf with Floral Motifs from Bali, "Golden Paradise"$69.99
The wax-resist dyeing technique of batik is found in many cultures, but nowhere is it as renowned as in Java. In this batik scarf from Melati’s Collection, a Javanese garden paradise of turquoise, black, and white flowers decorate a golden background of pure silk.
Melati presents this shawl inside a quality, custom-made gift box.
Kente Cotton Patterned Scarf, "Takpekpe Le Anloga"$124.99
Golden highlights add a regal touch to this superlative textile by the Gobah-Tengey family. Created in rich cloth strips, its name means "Conference in Angola." was designed in 1950 by the late Atsu Gobah Tengey-Seddoh to commemorate a special meeting called by the colonial governor to discuss an additional tax or levy being imposed on the subjects. The conference raised voices against the payment of the special levy.
Expert weavers, the Gobah Tengey-Seddoh Family creates this outstanding shawl in 100% cotton. Each strip requires considerable effort, and the looms are worked with both hands and feet. Strips are generally three to four inches wide and seven to ten feet long, and the length of time it takes to complete one strip varies by the complexity of the chosen pattern. The simplest use mostly vertical, or warp patterns, and an experienced weaver can make several of those in one day. But patterns with nearly all weft (horizontal thread) patterns where the warp design is hardly visible can take up to four days to complete an individual strip. Each color has its own meanings in Asante culture. Green is fertility and new harvest, gold is royalty, black is strength, aging, and spirituality, while white is purity. The patterns themselves are carefully chosen symbols, which a master weaver develops and names, often to honor people, historical events, or proverbs.
Hand wash in cool water and use a warm iron.
Handwoven Cotton Scarf in Daffodil from India, "Kota Doria Bliss in Daffodil"$29.99
In the style of handicrafts developed in Kota, India, this wrap scarf is woven by hand from cotton on a traditional pit loom. Ritu Agnihotri designs this lovely daffodil scarf, which features a distinct square pattern achieved through the weaving process. Colorful accents are embroidered by hand and lovely tassels dangle.