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Featuring a pomegranate pattern, this kelagayi silk scarf symbolizes love and passion. Handmade with UNESCO-recognized techniques, it’s a versatile and perfect gift from Baku.

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    Illustrated with the vibrant pomegranate, Janana Royal Garnet kelagayi silk scarf is more than an accessory—it’s a symbol of love and eternity. Known as the "king of fruits" in Azerbaijan, the pomegranate represents fire and passion, making this scarf an ideal gift for someone special.

    Traditionally, kelagayis in red and pink hues play a central role in wedding and matchmaking ceremonies. During such events, a groom drapes the scarf over his bride’s shoulders, signifying his enduring love and commitment.

    With a mission to preserve national heritage crafts, this silk scarf has been handmade using a technique recognized by UNESCO as part of the world's intangible heritage.

    It's a perfect gift from Baku, beautifully packaged and ideal for travel.

    This scarf has been hand stitched to a panel of silk fabric to create an extra versatile and luxurious scarf. This item is very soft and comes in limited quantities. 

    Slight imperfections that do not compromise the aesthetics of the product are normal. Actual colors may vary slightly from the color on your screen. 

    Each pattern has been designed exclusively by Menzer Hajiyeva.

    Artisanal / Sustainable

    At Menzer Hajiyeva, we intertwine the essence of luxury with the principles of sustainability and ethical craftsmanship. Each of our kelagayi scarves is a testament to this belief, handcrafted with meticulous care in our atelier by a vibrant new generation of female artisans. We are committed to not only preserving the ancient art of kelagayi but also enhancing the economic stature of women in the villages of Azerbaijan. Our atelier is a sanctuary of safety and creativity, where any woman from the village of Goradil can learn this beautiful craft, develop her skills, and earn a fair wage. Discover more about how our commitment to these values shapes every scarf we create.

    Technical Info

    • 70CM x 200CM / 28"x 79" 

      Slight imperfections that do not compromise the aesthetics of the product are normal. Actual colors may vary slightly from the color on your screen. 

    How to Clean

    For the best care, always opt for dry cleaning. If you must wash it at home, gently hand wash using cold water and a specialty detergent. Avoid soaking; simply swirl and press out excess water without wringing. Allow your scarf to air dry, keeping it away from prolonged sunlight exposure to prevent fading. Store in a cool, dry place, either folded, rolled, or on a hanger. If needed, use a steam press on a low setting or a cool iron to remove creases, handling delicately to protect the fibers.


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