Fall Hand Woven Shawls(40 items)
Welcome to the Fall Hand Woven Shawl Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Fall Hand Woven 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!
This was a gift and the recipient loved the color and texture. It felt hood to support a talented artisan from Peru as well!
This wrap is a perfect size and weight for adding a little warmth on a cool evening or early morning. The quality is superb, the weaving is tight and smooth, the colors are so lovely and it wash s up beautifully - colors don t fade and the fringe doesn t tangle. It hangs dry nicely and irons easily. I really love it! I made this purchase after buying a scarf from this same group of artists because I was so impressed by their work.
Popular Fall Hand Woven Shawls
White and Blue Rayon Shawl Made with Natural Dyes, "Tropical Rain"
NOVICA artisan Saktut Raitawati and Threads of Life have collaborated to presented this beautiful shawl. The shawl is made from 100% rayon and woven in East Java. It is naturally dyed by Threads of Life using dye plants from indigo () and a mangrove species ().
Artisan Hand Loomed Deep Blue Wool Shawl for Women, "Kashmiri Diamonds in Navy"
A deep blue shade defines this beautiful all-wool shawl from Indian artisan Sajad. The shawl is woven on a traditional hand loom in the classic diamond pattern. The ends of the shawl culminate in a short fringe.
Hand Woven Fuchsia Alpaca Blend Shawl from Peru, "Fuchsia Fiesta"$79.99
Shades of fuchsia, berry, and ginger create a subtle striped pattern on this stunning shawl from Peru. A vibrant and sophisticated accessory, the shawl is designed by husband and wife team Raquel and Gregor and hand-woven from a soft alpaca blend.
Reversible Indian Wool Peacock Wrap, "Peacock Pride"$99.95
In Hindu cosmology, the god of war rides a peacock. Beautiful and proud, Kartikeya’s peacock mount represents his power to conquer earthly desires—even the peacock’s well-deserved ego. The woven pattern of this beautiful hand-loomed shawl resembles peacock feathers, offered in a color combination of teal and russet or black and russet. Similar in style to a Peruvian ruana, this wrap can be worn as a layering piece when a day at the museum turns into a night of strolling unfamiliar streets. It is also a perfect personal throw for home or travel.