Perennially popular, our best-selling shawl evokes the stylized peacock feathers on an iridescent Favrile vase (ca. 1900) in The Met collection. The shawl's rich jewel tones and soft drape make it a wonderfully versatile accessory.
Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933) embodied the artistic spirit of America's Gilded Age. In the early 1890s, he developed a method of blending different colors together in glass while it was in a molten state, calling the results ''Favrile,'' for which he was widely celebrated.
- 40% wool / 40% viscose / 20% silk
- 79 x 28 inches; Fringe: 1 inch
- Dry clean only
- Produced by the Metropolitan Museum of Art