Elegant Hand-Dyed Scarves from Bali

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AQS is pleased to present a gallery of beautiful scarves from Princess Mirah of Bali. Princess Mirah, whose royal lineage goes back five centuries in Bali, is famous for beautiful batiks made with a patient, generations-old batik process. The process includes coloring, copper-stamp waxing and dying by hand, and the bathing of the fabrics in open air under the Balinese sun.

Each scarf bears Princess Mirah’s personal emblem, a swan, symbolizing the purity and authenticity of batik tradition. It’s your assurance that you own an original copper-stamp batik. The exquisitely soft scarves are made of 100% rayon, and each is one of a kind. The scarves measure approximately 87” x 13½”.

Please click the links below for more information about the incomparable colors and designs.

#1804 – Concordia, a blend of deep purples-to-violets with a botanical leaf print in lighter tones

#1805 – Richbloom, fun 3” sunflowers of yellow, grape, aqua, and green on a dynamic blue background

#1806 – Yam, swirling 4” to 5” sun-like designs of yellows and golds on a buff background touched with violet

#1807 – Antic Berry, a tomato-red floral design on a blend of forest to medium greens

#1808 – Tigerlily Land, a cranberry-red flower design on mottled indigo blue

#1809 – So Brilliant, twirls of light aqua circles on a brilliant turquoise background

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Kay S

they are beautiful! I have always been impressed the way you have been able to help your people. peace and plenty,kws

[…] Each scarf bears Princess Mirah’s personal emblem, a swan, symbolizing the purity and authenticity of batik tradition. It’s your assurance that you own an original copper-stamp batik. The exquisitely soft scarves are made of 100% rayon, and each is one of a kind. The scarves measure approximately 87” x 13½”. Read more… […]