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Cloth; batik-dyed? cotton; purple cloth with red lines; printed pattern of hair combs outlined in black with red and black geometric patterns on handles; "BATIK DE WOODIN" printed in white along bottom border.
- Made in: Accra
- (Africa,Ghana,Greater Accra Region,Accra)
- Length: 356 centimetres
- Width: 123.5 centimetres
Woodin is a brand of new textiles with stamped impressions, which GTP, a company that produces under the license of the United African Company (UAC) introduced recently. It is a more expensive type of tie-and-bye- and batik textiles.
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EAF83911
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