Women's Embroidered Shawls(91 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Embroidered Shawl Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Women's Embroidered Shawls
I think the pictures don t do justice To this lovely shawl -the lighter blue embroidery motifs in the center and sides seemed shimmery in the picture and I was nervous about that - a close up of that would be good for buyers to see!
This has become my wifes go-too formal shawl
Soft, warm, vibrantly colorful. A perfect touch of glamour for special occasions. Good all year round but especially nice in fall and winter.
This scarf is a lovely cream color. It is soft and drapes very nicely which I really like and find easy to wear. Thank so much.
Popular Women's Embroidered Shawls
Handwoven Cotton and Silk Blend Scarf in Rose from India, "Rose Peacock"$39.99
Working in a style of traditional Indian handicrafts, Isha Jain creates a sweet and lovely wrap scarf. This scarf is woven entirely by hand from a cotton and silk blend, which features a solid rose color with printed floral motifs. Printed peacocks accentuate each end of this scarf, which is further enhanced with golden embroidery that is applied by hand.
100% Wool Aari Style Embroidered Floral Shawl from India, "Springtime Blooms"$119.99
This cream-colored shawl of exquisite elegance is designed by Indian artisan Sajad. The traditional embroidery work, which can be traced to 12th century Kashmir, is elegantly crafted on the entire shawl featuring a detailed flower, vine, and leaf pattern. Bright orange and peach colors mark the blooms while brown and green shades color the branches and leaves. The 100% wool shawl is soft and warm, and cream-colored woolen fringes add a sophisticated touch.
Sheer Cotton Silk Blend Shawl in White with Hand Embroidery, "Lucknow Garden in White"$69.99
Ethereally lightweight and sheer, this white floral shawl from Uma Tripathi features , or hand embroidery of a style originating in Lucknow. In , the fabric is first block-printed with the desired pattern, and then the design is embroidered by hand over the printed areas. The artisan further adorns the cotton and silk blend wrap with , in which flat gold or silver metallic wire is used to create small dots or floral motifs. The ends of the shawl are crocheted by hand.