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Ancients of Gondor Ithildin Shawl

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Flowing ecru trees shine through a black background on this organic cotton shawl. Named for the substance made from Mithril, Ithildin is used to create magical inscriptions which are only revealed when the correct incantation is said in the reflected light of the Moon and stars.

The trees in this pattern each represent part of the lineage of the White Trees. The original White Tree was much beloved by the Elves, it emanated silver light, and it is said the Moon was formed from its last silver flower. Each tree thereafter is seen to symbolise divine qualities of goodness, wisdom and purity.

Our organic cotton is softer and stronger than most normal cottons, produced ethically this cotton is grown with care and without chemicals keeping the land, and farmers, healthy.

This is a Middle Earth collection item, inspired by The Lord of the Rings.

Oscha’s woven baby carriers are ethically handcrafted in Scotland.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Wash at 30 degrees, avoiding bleach and fabric softener. Tumble dry warm. Ironing is recommended.

FABRIC COMPOSITION: 100% Organic Combed Cotton.

FABRIC WEIGHT: approx. 295gsm

  • Strong

  • Soft
  • Cushy

Our shawls measure approximately 2.12m x 70cm.

Oscha Shawls are made of the same finest quality, natural fabric as our baby slings allowing you to wear these beautiful and striking designs, in wonderfully tactile fabrics, whether you are carrying your baby or not.

These shawls can be used casually as an extra wide scarf or as elegant evening and wedding wear.

1 review for Ancients of Gondor Ithildin Shawl

  1. Etchegoyen (verified owner)

    I received this as a Christmas gift from my wife and absolutely loved it. The fabric is gorgeous, warm and durable. I haven’t taken it off for three months.

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