Women's Embroidered Silk Blend Accessories $40 to $60(24 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Embroidered Silk Blend Accessories $40 to $60
This scarf is a lovely cream color. It is soft and drapes very nicely which I really like and find easy to wear. Thank so much.
This shawl is absolutely beautiful. The fabric and weight is perfect for a summer shawl the design and added silver bits AND lovely crocheted edging is so lovely. Thank you so much. I love this shawl.
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Popular Women's Embroidered Silk Blend Accessories $40 to $60
Zari-Embroidered Cotton and Silk Blend Shawl in Lapis, "Zari Elegance"
Working on a traditional hand loom, Indian artisans weave this elegant shawl from a cotton and silk blend. Isha Jain designs this luxurious accessory, which is decorated with floral embroidery that is masterfully executed with golden thread.
Block-Printed Cotton and Silk Shawl with Zari Embroidery, "Zari Peacocks"
Handwoven from a fine cotton and silk blend in solid cerise, this regal shawl from India is created by Isha Jain. Peacock and floral motifs in strawberry and indigo are diligently applied using the traditional block printing method. Golden embroidery enhances this luxurious shawl.
Cotton and Silk Blend Indian Shawl in Natural and Strawberry, "Strawberry Picnic"
Uma Tripathi creates this shawl of cotton and silk blend fibers for a lightweight, comfortable accessory. She decorates its natural body with elegant motifs in strawberry using traditional techniques, where designs are block printed and then embroidered.
Cotton and Silk Blend Hand Embroidered Shawl in Crimson, "Crimson Romance"
Working with her brother and a handful of local women artisans, Uma Tripathi creates beautiful apparel and fashion accessories. This cotton and silk blend shawl features India's embroidery, which originated in Lucknow. The floral motifs are block-printed onto the sheer crimson wrap, then embroidered by hand. The artisan finishes the shawl with crocheted lace borders and petite metallic thread accents that shine in the light.