Women's Printed Shawls(137 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Printed Shawl Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Women's Printed Shawls
A well-recurved gift for my aunt
I bought this a s a little thank you gift for my aunt, and she absolutely loves it! It was become a staple in her spring wardrobe and I imagine she ll enjoy it all summer long as well!
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 Shawls
Striped Block-Printed Cotton Shawl in Indigo from India, "Indigo Stripes"$23.99
In indigo and snow white, stripes and square motifs decorate this luxurious shawl from India. Aftab designs and crafts this artisanal cotton shawl, which is decorated using the block-printing method. The motifs are hand-carved into wood blocks that are used to stamp the fabric.
Bubble Motif Block-Printed Cotton Shawl from India, "Indigo Bubbles"$23.99
In indigo and snow white, lovely bubble motifs and stripes decorate this luxurious shawl from India. Aftab designs and crafts this artisanal cotton shawl, which is decorated using the block-printing method. The motifs are hand-carved into wood blocks that are used to stamp the fabric.
Leaf Motif Hand-Stamped Batik Rayon Shawl from Bali, "Colorful Autumn"$19.99
Capture the beauty of autumn with this rayon shawl from Bali. Presented by Mayda, this shawl features red, pink, and orange leaf motifs against a body of green and blue. The motifs are applied using the batik method, where a wax resist is stamped by hand onto the fabric before it is treated with colorful dyes. This accessory is further enhanced with hand-beaded accents.
Batik Silk Shawl with Kawung Motifs from Bali, "Java Sea"$59.99
Yuni Kristina conjures classic Javanese batik patterns in mesmerizing shades of black, gray, and green. Stamped by hand on a luxurious silk shawl, they include the or dagger, once exclusive to the courts of Surakarta and Jogyakarta. Formerly reserved for the sultan's use, flowers and the --an eight-pointed rosette set within a square, rhombus, or circle-- complement the parang.
Each motif is created by hand, as evidenced by the occasional pencil mark or slight color variations.