Women's Printed Multicolor Shawls(48 items)
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Popular Women's Printed Multicolor Shawls
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.
Block-Printed Cotton Shawl from India, "Mughal Glory"$19.99
Working in the traditional style of block printing, Indian artisans hand-carve wood blocks to apply the intricate melon, azure, and smoke motifs onto the snow white body of this regal cotton shawl. Vijay Singh offers this fantastic shawl, which is enhanced with plastic beads.
Thai Batik Silk Shawl with Tropical Motifs, "Tropical Luxury"
On a background of royal blue, palms and flowers in shades of blue, green, and pink give a tropical vibe to this shawl. Woven from silk, the shawl has a black border and fringe. Thai artisan Chomsuda Samana uses the batik method to create the pattern on this beautiful shawl.