Indian Women's Jamawar Shawls(34 items)
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Popular Indian Women's Jamawar Shawls
Bubble Pattern Jamawar Wool Shawl in Blue from India, "Blue Bubbles"$39.99
Sandeep Malhotra offers this precious example of Jamawar shawls, which were traditionally crafted entirely by hand over a course of several months. Crafted by local artisans, this wool shawl displays elegant bubble patterns of royal blue, azure, iris, kelly green, and black. Dangling fringe work accentuates the ends.
Handwoven Jamawar Wool Shawl in Teal from India, "Himalayan Heirloom in Teal"$64.95
Against a body of teal and navy, colorful flowers dance under paisley clouds in a stunning jamawar from Sandeep Malhotra. So intricate was the work of an authentic jamawar that a person could finish only one shawl in his lifetime. Such shawls were not sold, but were given to kings and queens who, in turn, gave the artisan properties according to the worth of the shawl. Authentic jamawar is virtually unavailable, but replicas such as this recall their amazing beauty.
Paisley Woven Jamawar Shawl from India in Grey and Green, "Paisley Shadow"$49.99
Swirling across an expanse of soft wool, grey and ivory paisley covers a shawl from Sandeep Malhotra. It imitates the legendary work. The central panel combines a green weft and a black warp. These original textiles were embroidered by hand. So intricate was the work that a person could finish only one shawl in his lifetime. Such shawls were not sold, but were given to kings and queens who, in turn, gave the artisan properties according to the worth of the shawl. Authentic jamawar is virtually unavailable, but replicas such as this recall their amazing beauty.
Red and Beige Modern Wool Shawl from India, "Modern Red Jamawar"$44.99
Inspired by ancient art, this shawl is wonderfully contemporary. Extravagant motifs mingle with circles in red, green and beige. From Sandeep Malhotra, the lightweight wrap is a modern interpretation of the intricate patterns that were once created with laborious needlework.