Women's Patterned Red Silk Accessories(37 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Patterned Red Silk Accessories
GREAT BUY...WORTH BUYING AGAIN AND AGAIN!
Bought for a gift, but was so very taken with it, had to keep it for myself-what a treasure to wear with my dress!!
Gorgeous and comfy wrapped around my neck
The colors are vibrant, the fabric is soft and natural, the size is perfect and it can be used for fashion and/or to keep my neck warm on cool days. Ive now bought 5 of this same basic scarf type but in 4 color schemes. One suited my favorite aunt so I bought another to gift her. I love all the scarves Ive bought from Vinita and will probably not be able to stop myself from buying more!
Yuni Kristina Silk batik shawls and scarves
"My mother is my inspiration. She and I still design together, especially the floral and bird motifs that are typical in Pekalongan batik."
“My name is Yuni Kristina and I was born in 1983 in Wonokerto, Pekalongan, Central Java. As part of Pekalongan regency, which is known as the ‘World’s City of Batik’, people in Wonokerto are also producing batik. Most housewives in Wonokerto are making batik... read more
Popular Women's Patterned Red Silk Accessories
Red and Green Silk Shawl Wrap from India, "Scarlet Fantasy"$69.99
Parallel zigzags over scarlet create a marvelous effect in a shawl by Ritu Agnihotri. The silk wrap is woven on a traditional loom using the technique which requires previously dyed threads to achieve the unique effect with green and orange undertones.
This hand-woven shawl may present slight differences in color and/ or pattern.
Artisan Crafted Women's Batik Silk Shawl, "Brave Java"$59.99
Colorful flowers blossom with exotic elegance over a crimson background. "Red symbolizes courage," says Yuni Kristina, as she decorates this silk shawl with batik techniques. The traditional patterns originate in Pekalongan, central Java.
Red and Yellow Hand-Stamped Batik Silk Shawl, "Serene Garden"$59.99
Presented by Indonesian artisan Yuni Kristina, this gorgeous silk shawl is hand-stamped using the batik process. The wrap combines saffron, espresso, and cherry-colored traditional motifs on a paprika background. The pattern dominates the shawl, symbolizing unconditional love. The motif is thought to have been designed by the king of Mataram and represents universal good will.