Spanish Pavlovo Posad Woolen Shawl
|Fill / Material
|thickened wool, silk fringe
|The artist is unknown. Drawing of the 19th century, restored from the museum collection by Viktor Zubritsky.
|58х58'' (148 x 148 cm)
|Picture / color
|Color may vary
|Shades and hues you see on the monitor may vary depending on your settings.
The Russian shawl in the color of the forest and lush meadow grass will make your look memorable and unique! This delightful pattern was made by Russian craftswomen back in the 19th century and remade by the famous artist from Pavlovsky Posad Viktor Zubritsky, whose works are presented in the Hermitage and the Tretyakov Gallery.
This shawl is a must-have in the wardrobe! You can wear it with a coat, puffer, or your favorite fur coat. The scarf will fit any style and underline your individuality.
The benefits of wool:
- Due to its structure, wool absorbs up to 40% moisture and remains dry.
- Sheepskin regulates the body temperature. Wool fibers have a very low thermal conductivity that is why it keeps our own heat and maintains the most optimal temperature for our body.
- Genuine natural sheepskin has lanolin in it, which is a natural moisturizer, making the wool very flexible and elastic as it touches your skin. Lanolin easily penetrates the skin and has a beneficial effect on muscles, joints, spine, and respiratory system, and stimulates blood circulation. Wool has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.