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Handwoven West African fabric - from the book African Textiles by John Gillow, that showcases some of the most beautiful weaving, dyeing, and embroidery techniques used in textile history.

FABRIC Handwoven West African fabric - from the book African Textiles by John Gillow, that showcases some of the most beautiful weaving, dyeing, and embroidery techniques used in textile history.

Kuba Cloth made from raffia palm in Zaire | Africa

Bògòlanfini, otherwise known as mud cloth, is a handmade fabric from Mali traditionally dyed with fermented mud - La Maison Boheme

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Igbo Art (Ǹkà Igbo)

ukpuru: “ Igbo Woman Painting a Mural “Nwunnan uses natural pigments to decorate the wall of a village dwelling. Her pattern on her blouse echoes that of the traditional, diamond-shaped, motif, known.

African textiles

Sterling Silver Ring with Blue Topaz The poetry of the carved walls of the legendary Alhambra Palace inspired the intricately endless Celtic knot motifs of this ring.

Africa | Tunic from the Yoruba people of Nigeria (probably Efon Alaiye beading compound) | Cotton, burlap, glass beads, coconut shell | 20th ceentury

Africa Tunic from the Yoruba people of Nigeria (probably Efon Alaiye beading compound) Cotton, burlap, glass beads, coconut shell ceentury

Africa | Kuba skirts, Tcaka, long are cloths made from raffia, from the Ngeende, Bushoong and Ngongo peoples. They incorporate appliqued "patches", embroidered shapes and patterns, openwork, tie-dye, cowrie shells, barkcloth and border elements | © Bobbi Hamill

Kuba cloth made from raffia by the Ngeende, Bushoong & Ngongo peoples of Africa

Africa | Detail from a beadwork tunic from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Glass beads, cowrie shells and linen lining | 2nd half of the 20th century

Unidentified Artist, African (Nigeria, Yoruba people) :: David Owsley Museum of Art Collection

Africa | Vest from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. | Intricately decorated with glass beads and cowrie shells.

Nigeria, Yoruba, vest, intricately decorated with glass beads & cowrie shells

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Colourful baskets for sale at the local markets at Axum, Ethiopia by Adam Lees Photography

African Pattern - © HADYPHOTO

The earliest surviving sub-Saharan African textiles are cloth fragments and parchment fragments that date to the ninth century BC. African textiles are a part of African cultural heritage that came to America along with the slave trade.

Beadwork Tribe: Yoruba Country: Nigeria Size: 40cm / 26in Material(s): textile beads metal grass wood Description: Covered in beads, this ceremonial hat is adorned with camelions & flowers. The masked face on both sides gives strength to the King or Oba .

Beadwork Tribe: Yoruba Country: Nigeria Size: / Material(s): textile beads metal grass wood Description: Covered in beads, this ceremonial hat is adorned with camelions & flowers. The masked face on both sides gives strength to the King or Oba .

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