Women's Printed Scarves(58 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Printed Scarf Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
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Rajnandinee and Srabonti Handcrafted handbags, scarves and shawls
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Popular Women's Printed Scarves
Hand Woven Grey Silk Scarf Paisley Motifs from India, "Paisley Fascination in Smoke"$29.99
Designed by Indian artisans Rajnandinee and Srabonti, two friends who work together, this handwoven silk scarf is sure to be noticed. With a block-printed paisley design, this piece pays homage to the Hindu god Shiva in black and smoke grey hues.
Black and Beige Hand Block Print Singing Tribal Silk Shawl, "Tribal Celebration"$49.99
Join the celebration of springtime with this attractive scarf by Una Gupta. A hand block printing method reveals intricate motifs of men, women and children singing of the joy of spring's new beginnings. Block printing dates back to the 12th century in India. Black and beige help this accessory blend well with many ensembles, and the softness will add a sense of luxury to your look.
Orange and Indigo Cotton Floral Scarf Handmade in Thailand, "Radiant Bloom"$29.99
Thai artisan Jamriang creates this gorgeous cotton scarf in a warming shade of tangerine. Abstract floral motifs are screen printed in light blue and black pattern the scarf, which features a solid indigo back. The lovely soft scarf has neat multi-colored fringes at either end which complete the vibrant design.
Handmade Spring Allure Floral Block Printed Cotton Scarf, "Spring Allure"$29.99
Exploding with floral blooms, this pretty scarf is designed and handcrafted by Una Gupta. Vibrant floral blossoms are applied to the 100% cotton scarf through a traditional hand block print method. Block prints have been used throughout India since the 12th century, contributing to the region's globally recognized textile aesthetics. The texture and spring feel of this scarf will brighten up any ensemble.