Queen Saba Silk Scarf Handwoven Ethiopian

Queen Saba Silk Scarf Handwoven Ethiopian

Regular price $48.00 USD
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These eco friendly, Fair Trade handwoven silk scarves are made of a combination of Ethiopian eri and mulberry silk. They are individually pot dyed using natural dyes- many found in the plants and soils of Ethiopia. The navy is colored using logwood; the silver is combination of iron and pomegranate. The Eri silk is from Ethiopia and hand spun on drop spindles. The Mulberry silk is imported from India. They are finished with our signature twisted fringe. The combination are unique, delicate, graceful shawls. These shawls are named after Ethiopia's most famous queen- Queen Saba (or Sheba).



100% silk


30 x 160cm (12 x 63inches)

Care instructions

Hand wash with mild soap, hang dry in the shade. Iron. Do not bleach.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Kokahvah Zauditu-Selassie
Love all of my purchases from Sabahar!

As always, I am delighted by the beauty and the quality of the craft of spinning, weaving, and coloring the shawls. I wear them with pride. Sabahar and Afar products are the best of African culture in their products.

Rene Johnson
Lasting Quality

I had lost my Sabahar silk scarf that I'd had for more than 15 years and knowing that no other scarf can compare in terms of rich color and soft touch (with no static issues), I had to get another. I'm hoping I can hang on to this one for at least another 15 years because these scarves don't go out of style and they hold up!