Peruvian Women's Alpaca Shawls(217 items)
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Women's Alpaca Shawls
Take Everywhere Shawl
I received many compliments on a this beautiful shawl. Its very well made and thick. It kept me warm from the gusty air conditioning blowing on my back.
She loves it!
I gave this to my daughter as a Christmas gift, as she greatly missed her lost shawl. The shawl is lovely and the workmanship delighted her greatly. But the most wonderful part of this gift to her was the wrapping and hand written note from the Artist; very personal and kind. Thank you!
Raquel and Gregor Alpaca accessories
"We would like to thank you for supporting our art, which in turn will benefit many Peruvian families."
Popular Peruvian Women's Alpaca Shawls
Fine Silk Alpaca Blend Lightweight Shawl, "Cuzco Cinnamon"
By Felipe Berckholtz, this delightful shawl is woven from a blend of silk and baby alpaca, the fine wool from the season's first shearing. With fringe at the ends and unhemmed borders, the lightweight cinnamon brown wrap drapes beautifully.
Alpaca Wool Patterned Shawl, "Huancayo Blues"$77.99
Weaving on a traditional loom, Wilmer Vilchez creates a warm cozy shawl for those cold weather days. He selects a rich blue spectrum as he weaves the shawl of baby alpaca, the wool obtained from the season's first shear and noted for its fine soft fleece.
Textured 100% Baby Alpaca Shawl in Indigo from Peru, "Afternoon Chic in Indigo"$59.99
Soft as a whisper, this elegant shawl from Peru features a solid color in attractive indigo. Alfredo Falcon designs the shawl, crafted of 100% baby alpaca wool and finished by hand for a pleasing texture. Baby alpaca refers to the fine fleece from the season's first shearing.
100% Baby Alpaca Knit Shawl in Graphite from Peru, "Breezy Skies in Graphite"$67.99
Elegant kite-shaped patterns are knit of soft baby alpaca wool to create the body of this magnificent shawl from the Andean highlands. Designed by Peru's Alfredo Falcon, this accessory features a solid color in graphite. Baby alpaca refers to the fine fleece from the season's first shearing.