Misty Mountains Aduial Shawl

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Designed especially for the Misty Mountains pattern, this fade moves from deep midnight tones through lighter hues to a pale, icy blue mist. Aduial references the Elvish word for dusk: the hour of star opening.

The formidable mountain range, which cuts across Middle-earth is shown in beautiful illustrative style, with a verse sung by Thorin Oakenshield & Co. in The Hobbit(TM) running in runes along the borders:

Far over the misty mountains cold

To dungeons deep and caverns old

We must away, ere break of day,

To find our long-forgotten gold.

Woven with beautifully slubby wild silk, which adds breathability & a lovely malleability to this shawl, which is finished with our soft touch technique. Little flecks speckle the fabric creating an effect unique to each shawl. An organic combed cotton warp offers a silky softness and a hint of cush.

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

CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Hand washing is recommended, although a silk cycle on a known reliable machine may be used at your own risk. Use a suitable silk detergent. Hang to dry, avoiding direct sunlight and iron on a cool setting.

FABRIC COMPOSITION: 54% Organic Combed Cotton, 23% Wild Silk, 23% Cotton, 66cm wide.

FABRIC WEIGHT: approx. 243gsm

  • Soft

  • Snuggly
  • Mouldable

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 use used casually, as an extra wide scarf or as elegant evening and wedding wear. They measure approximately 2.12m x 70cm.

1 review for Misty Mountains Aduial Shawl

  1. Amanda Hatch

    I just recieved mine as a birthday gift, and it’s beautiful! It came in a lovely bag, and the shawl itself is lovely. Will be well loved and much used in the Alaskan fall and winter. Thank you Oscha!!

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