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1 Jewelry and Shawls on Mon May 31, 2010 11:51 pm

Abraham's Lady has mourning jewelry by Beth Miller. They have bracelets, earrings, and broaches. They are not on their website, you have to call to find out what they have in stock; it's really nice stuff.

Shawls: A friend of Carolann's has a contact to get real Kashmir paisley shawls, woven in Kashmir and transported by camels. They are beautiful and wonderfully light. A little smaller than period, but still very nice. Carolann hopes to have some at her conference in March for $150.00.

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2 Re: Jewelry and Shawls on Mon Sep 20, 2010 1:23 pm

This is where I found Jacqui's shawl at:

This company in India still uses block printing and natural dyes for the paisley pattern on the silk shawls they make. Though not all of the shawls they offer are period correct, if you do your research prior to purchasing you can find a good shawl at an inexpensive price.


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3 Re: Jewelry and Shawls on Mon Sep 20, 2010 2:31 pm

Thanks for posting the link! I love Jacqui's shawl.

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