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Esther Fitzgerald Rare Textiles

"Ndop" which is a raffia, stitched-resist, indigo dyed, textile done primarily in Cameroon but also in other West African countries.

Nankeen cloth- Stencil and paste resist (Not b, but could be!)

Africa | Detail from a Chief's Ndop cloth from Cameroon | Cotton; with indigo abstract patterns, woven in small strips and sewn together

Indigo clamp resist cotton panel. Japan 20th century.

Africa | Ndop or Ntiesia/Ntieya Cloth from the Bamileke or Bamum people of the Grassfields area of the Cameroon | Handspun cotton, raffia for resist stitching sew dye, indigo dye | 20th century

Hand woven wool, shibori resist, dyed with natural indigo and walnut.