Indian Women's Patterned Shawls(220 items)
Featured Reviews on Indian Women's Patterned Shawls
So stylish... in Teal
This is my second Jamawar shawl. This shawl can beautifully complement any type of outfit, may it be simple or more sophisticated. The elegance of its pattern is truly an astonishing handwoven work of art. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with the Novica community!
A favorite scarf for contrast & design.
Truly enjoy every aspect, even if the silk is abit thin. The design is marvelous, the colors pop, a very happy customer of these artisans!
Popular Indian Women's Patterned Shawls
Handwoven Jamawar Wool Shawl in Teal from India, "Himalayan Heirloom in Teal"$64.95
Against a body of teal and navy, colorful flowers dance under paisley clouds in a stunning jamawar from Sandeep Malhotra. So intricate was the work of an authentic jamawar that a person could finish only one shawl in his lifetime. Such shawls were not sold, but were given to kings and queens who, in turn, gave the artisan properties according to the worth of the shawl. Authentic jamawar is virtually unavailable, but replicas such as this recall their amazing beauty.
Multicolored Striped Viscose Shawl from India, "Multicolored Fusion"$19.99
Fusing multicolored hues, Indian artisan Danish Ansari designs this fascinating shawl. This elegant shawl is crafted by local artisans, who weave it from viscose, completed at the ends with dangling fringes. This shawl's width allows it to double as a scarf.
Pink on Gray Cotton and Silk Block Printed Shawl, "Fortune's Elegance"$54.99
Isha Jain presents a gray shawl of gracious beauty and elegance woven of a cotton and silk blend. The shawl’s luxurious textures are adorned with pink mandalas and curling vines block-printed by hand. Golden selvage frames this beautiful shawl from India.
Red and Beige Modern Wool Shawl from India, "Modern Red Jamawar"$47.99
Inspired by ancient art, this shawl is wonderfully contemporary. Extravagant motifs mingle with circles in red, green and beige. From Sandeep Malhotra, the lightweight wrap is a modern interpretation of the intricate patterns that were once created with laborious needlework.