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Mud Cloth (For Branca to be worn on rare occasions. She gives it to Ama who had quickly came to realize after arriving in Sylvia that she had little money to be spent on her own clothes.)

Mud Cloth (For Branca to be worn on rare occasions. She gives it to Ama who had quickly came to realize after arriving in Sylvia that she had little money to be spent on her own clothes.)

Bogolanfini - Mud Cloth tafé (wrapper) • Nakunte Diarra - Bamana people, Beledougou area, Mali, 2003 cotton (40" l. x 20 1/2" w.)

Bogolanfini - Mud Cloth tafé (wrapper) • Nakunte Diarra - Bamana people, Beledougou area, Mali, 2003 cotton (40" l. x 20 1/2" w.)

Fine Little Day - Lines pillow case  Swedish design meets African crafts...

Fine Little Day - Lines pillow case Swedish design meets African crafts...

Africa | Adire textile; cassava paste style | Yoruba people of Nigeria | Partial view shown

Africa | Adire textile; cassava paste style | Yoruba people of Nigeria | Partial view shown

Textile Sculptures Created From Dozens of Multicolored Orbs by Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia

Textile Sculptures Created From Dozens of Multicolored Orbs by Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia

Indigo Arts Gallery | Art from Africa | Art from Africa - Bogolanfini Mud-Cloth from Mali now sold but was 95.00

Indigo Arts Gallery | Art from Africa | Art from Africa - Bogolanfini Mud-Cloth from Mali now sold but was 95.00

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