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Beautiful Wool Shawls

Himalayan Heirloom Shawl
Himalayan Heirloom Shawl
(Based on 22 reviews)
Category: Clothing/Accessories/Scarves and Shawls
Along with the breathtaking landscape, the mountainous Kashmir region is world-renowned for its master weavers. Local artisans evoke the region's inspirational gardens in this traditional multicolor wool shawl. An overall pattern of swirling flora continues across vibrant bands of color.
$65.00
Bolivian Macramé Alpaca Shawl
Bolivian Macramé Alpaca Shawl
(Based on 13 reviews)
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Alpaca wool was originally reserved for Inca royalty because of its incredible softness and warmth. Today, a group of native artisans weaves this smooth, ample alpaca shawl using rustic hand looms and the same methods as their ancestors. The flowing, silky macramé fringe is knotted by hand in the tradition of the sophisticated wraps worn by indigenous Bolivian women.
$89.00
$34.99
Indian Wool Peacock Wrap
Indian Wool Peacock Wrap
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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, and the fiery red-orange interior shines through the dark blues, greens, and blacks with a slight ombré effect. 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.


$99.00
Kashmiri Wildflower Wool Scarf
Kashmiri Wildflower Wool Scarf
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Himalayan wildflowers bloom briefly during the mountain monsoon season. Hoping to catch a glimpse of the floral display, naturalists make the arduous and carefully timed trek through the Valley of the Flowers in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. Here, amongst the rare blue poppy and cobra lily, wild varieties of flowers fill the expansive valley with waves of sunset colors. Locals are particularly fond of the small wild geraniums—called ratijari in Hindi—which are used medicinally and as dyes for silk.


$85.00
French Paisley Travel Shawl
French Paisley Travel Shawl
(Based on 10 reviews)
Category: Sale Products

In the 19th century, paisley shawls from Kashmir were the height of fashion. European designers created their own Kashmir-inspired patterns, and this versatile knit shawl continues that trend. It’s a perfect, packable layer to dress up an outfit and stay warm while traveling.


$98.00
$29.99
Newgrange Scarf
Newgrange Scarf
(Based on 1 review)
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A husband-and-wife team knit this soft merino wool scarf in their County Clare studio. The purple patterns are adapted from ones found on entrance stones at the prehistoric monument of Newgrange on the eastern side of Ireland. The site is positioned so that light floods the entrance passage and central chamber on the winter solstice. Today, tens of thousands of visitors enter a lottery to be one of only 50 chosen to experience this ancient phenomenon each year.


$89.00
$59.99
Aran Colorblock Scarf
Aran Colorblock Scarf
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The rugged islands at the mouth of Ireland's Galway Bay are the birthplace of Aran knitting. In the 18th and 19th centuries, the wives and mothers of local fisherman knit heavy wool sweaters for their kin. As they swapped patterns and new techniques, these highly skilled knitters developed a visual vocabulary unique to their small, isolated communities. In the early 20th century, these fishermen’s wives began selling their sweaters to travelers, earning extra money during seasonal fishing lulls. The unique designs quickly became icons of Irish style and tradition.


$89.00