Indian Leaf and Tree Shawls(24 items)
Welcome to the Indian Leaf and Tree Shawl Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Indian Leaf and Tree Shawls
This shawl is not only has a gorgeous, but the design in general is lovely. I love the embroidered edges, and the embroidered ferns on the shawl. It is soft and not too heavy and falls nicely.It is exactly what I had been looking for an unable to find. Suitable for Western wear or as a dupatta with Indian clothes. Thanks so much.
Popular Indian Leaf and Tree Shawls
Bamboo Motif Cotton Shawl in Emerald and Cerulean from India, "Emerald Bamboo Field"$49.99
Over a field of cerulean, bamboo motifs in emerald are printed onto the body of this fantastic shawl. India's Aparupa Ghosh utilizes the block printing method, hand-carving the designs into wood stamps. Made of cotton, the shawl is completed with borders of emerald and triangular fabric tassels that dangle from each end.
Red with Brown Leaf and Tree Hand Printed 100% Silk Shawl, "Rosy Leaves"$59.99
This 100% silk shawl is filled with beautiful, rosy color. Indian artisan Aparupa Ghosh applies the designs by hand using traditional woodcut printing techniques. The artisan prints fine lines of ruby red on a warm white background, bordered in mahogany brown. A small leaf motif in matching mahogany brown is printed on the fabric, overlaid with a larger tree print spaced across the shawl.
Handwoven Multi-Colored Floral Silk Shawl from India, "Kolkata Afternoon"$59.99
Perfect for all seasons, this beautiful nature-themed silk shawl combines traditional hand woven and block printing techniques with modern appeal. Over a soft vanilla base, abstract floral motifs in apple red pattern the central panel, bordered by two patterned and two solid bands in moss green and red. Indian designers Rajnandinee and Srabonti complete their wonderful design with neat fringes at either end.
Onyx and Alabaster Floral Woven Jamawar-Inspired Shawl, "Evening Garden"$39.99
Presented by Indian artisan Sandeep Malhotra, this shawl is inspired by traditional shawls. Originally made by hand, a single shawl would take many months to complete and could only be afforded by the wealthy. This shawl features coal-colored flowers woven onto an antique white background and a crinkled texture for a look worthy of old Hollywood glamour.