Kente cloth; made of hand-woven cotton with supplementary weft decorations; black strips of cloth with white stripe up middle and alternating squares of 1) bands of orange lines alternating with bands of white lines; 2) bands of red lines alternating with orange lines; 3) bands of red lines alternating with white lines; black squares each have central embroidered motif, showing the following designs in red, yellow and orange: hat, comb, human figure, frog, arrow, hourglass, leaf, bird, goat, fish, hand, scissors, turtle, key, umbrella, sword, lobster, crocodile, bowl, drum, nuts, chair.
- Made in: Kpetoe
- Length: 181 centimetres
- Width: 127.5 centimetres
Twi name of cloth "XEXEME DO ATSYOR" translated "nature adorned with beauty".
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EAF84136
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