Artisans in rural Thailand use silk left over from the making of ceremonial and festive clothing to create this one-of-a-kind yo-yo scarf. Each piece begins as a circle of fabric, which is hand-sewn into a three-dimensional “bud” and then connected edge to edge. No two scarves will be exactly alike.
Made in Thailand. 100% washed silk. 3 1/2"W x 80"L.
At the 19th-century Muckross House, Irish weavers ply
their trade using traditional methods. This wool and cashmere scarf, inspired by the colors of Killarney National Park’s lakes and waterfalls, is handwoven on a 200-year-old Hattersley loom.
The pink and purple roses blooming across our
vibrant wool scarf were inspired by the 1899 ballad “My Wild Irish Rose” by Irish American Broadway star Chauncey Olcott. Fully reversible. Made by a husband-and-wife team in their studio in County ...
When Kashmiri shawls first came to Europe from
India in the 18th century, they were a perfect complement to women’s simple, neoclassic dress styles. More than 150 years later, large paisley patterns in neon colors were a hallmark of 1960s ...