The artisan who designed this luxurious silk and cashmere-blend scarf first visited the Taj Mahal when she was 13, and the story of Shah Jahan’s breathtaking monument to his late wife Mumtaz left a lasting impression. Glimpses of the Taj Mahalarchitectural details, inlaid marble, precious stonesform an ornate mosaic on this delicate and supremely soft shawl. “This is how I imagine the emperor viewed the Taj in his final days, keeping his love for Mumtaz alive through its beauty,” Shilu says. The images are digitally printed on a blend of silk and cashmere. The effect is part photograph, part stained glass, and entirely eye-catching.
Made in Pataudi, Haryana, India. 50% silk, 50% cashmere. 80"L x 28"W.
Dry-clean only. Please take care with earrings and necklaces to avoid snagging the delicate weave.