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1930s Ewe Kente Cloth 8'2" x 5'2"


A stunning large cotton strip woven wrapper by the Ewe of Ghana. This strip-woven cloth began in the former Gold Coast of West Africa as festive dress for special occasions, traditionally worn by men as a kind of toga. The colorful weft blocks and geometric designs are associated with proverbs and meanings of the Ewe culture and are symbols of status and prestige. 1930s

98" x 64"



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