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Handwoven Decorative Scarf with Tassels


Made by an award-winning weaver, these elegant scarves are soft, warm and stunning to look at. Size: approx 80 x 24 inches.

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£49.99 GBP
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Disclaimer: As each product is handmade, slight variations in its appearance can be expected. Colours may differ due to the use of natural materials (or because of lighting), these differences adds to its unique charm.

Care Instructions

100% wool. Gently hand or machine wash on a delicate cycle at 30ºC with similar colours. Do not tumble dry. Iron on reverse on low heat.

"We are family of traditional weavers and I am an 11th generation weaver. Weaving for us is very calming. Even the great saint Kabir was a weaver himself and we listen to Kabir's poetry when we weave. It is a way of life for us” - Kantilal, maker.

  • Weaving Tradition with Style

    Pick from three gorgeous colours or bag them all - afterall, it’s hard to choose a favourite when these beautiful scarves have been handwoven by a masterful, award-winning weaver. The vibrant design includes a glimmer of mirror work that effortlessly adds style and glamour, a great addition to your wardrobe or a gift for any fashionista.

    This craft has been a part of India’s history for over 2000 years. Despite the fierce competition of power looms, the art form is true to its roots and remains a manual process for many artisans. The soft texture and durability of hand loomed fabrics are unmatched by the machine-made counterparts.

  • Product Summary

    • Handmade by award-winning weaver Kantilal from Gujarat, in India.
    • Created using traditional hand looming techniques.
    • Soft, warm and durable.
    • Great addition to your wardrobe or for gifting.

  • The Makers

    Lovingly handmade by Kantilal from Gujarat, India, a state that is famous for its weaving tradition. The strenuous craft requires flawless rhythm and coordination.

    For Kantilal and his team of artisans, weaving is more than just a means of income - it’s a special skill that is highly prized and remains a deep rooted family tradition.

  • The Material

    India’s richness of natural resources for making and decorating textiles remains untouched throughout history.

    Craftspeople use a fascinating range of skills to process raw materials and create regionally exclusive dyes, weaves, prints and embroideries.
    This range of scarves are made using wool and natural dyes. The country is one of the top 10 producers of wool and production provides a source of livelihood for many in the rural areas.