Indian Women's Wool Shawls(267 items)
Featured Reviews on Indian Women's Wool Shawls
The pictures don?t do this beautiful scarf justice. It?s gorgeous! The quality is excellent, the design is totally unique & it?s larger than I expected! ??
This is an absolutely beautiful shawl. I bought one for myself and when I received it I liked it so much I bought one as a gift for a family member.
I love it!
The material feels so soft and it will be warm. I was a little worried about the colors (I as looking for a solid teal) but they are perfect, light on one side and darker on the other, and they shimmer. It will go with everything. Ive had a 50% silk, 50% wool shawl for about 20 years and now wear it every day when its cool. This is a great replacement. Thank you very much.
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Popular Indian Women's Wool Shawls
Bubble Pattern Jamawar Wool Shawl in Blue from India, "Blue Bubbles"$39.99
Sandeep Malhotra offers this precious example of Jamawar shawls, which were traditionally crafted entirely by hand over a course of several months. Crafted by local artisans, this wool shawl displays elegant bubble patterns of royal blue, azure, iris, kelly green, and black. Dangling fringe work accentuates the ends.
Colorful Floral Wool Shawl from India, "Colorful Floral"$19.99
Presented by Sandeep Malhotra, this shawl is woven from wool by Indian artisans. Colorful stripes decorate the body of this shawl, which is accentuated at the ends by intricate floral motifs. The width of this fringed shawl allows it to double as a wrap scarf.
Hand Embroidered Wool Shawl with Floral and Paisley Motifs, "Snowy Forest"$49.99
Snow white and forest green meet to create an accessory that reflects a natural beauty. From Sandeep Malhotra, this shawl is woven of wool and embroidered by hand with intricate floral and paisley motifs. It is inspired by India's legendary embroidery. So intricate was the work 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.