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  • Claudia Saeger

    Africa | Detail from a 1970s, Ewe Kente Cloth from Ghana | Ewe cloth comes from the Ewe ("e-vay") people who live in southeastern Ghana and Togo. Ewe cloth is woven on a loom similar to that of the Asante Kente cloth

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    Ewe Kente Cloth from Ghana, Africa. Vintage (1970's), Blue, Red, Yellow Stripes tribal woven textile. $180.00, via Etsy.

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Ewe Kente Cloth from Ghana Africa Vintage by WomanShopsWorld, $180.00

Africa | Kente Wrapper Detail . Ewe people. ca. 1960/70s.

Detail: This cotton and silk Ewe cloth [British Museum number Af1934,0307.165 ] is the most elaborate of a group apparently assembled at the Ewe coastal town of Keta [then called Quittah by European sources] in the later decades of the nineteenth century by the Anglo-German merchant Charles Beving and donated to the museum in 1934.

Africa | Detail from a wrapper from the Ewe people of Ghana | Cotton; strip woven.

Vintage Ewe Kente Cloth from Ghana If I only had $180!

Africa | A 1970s, Ewe Kente Cloth from Ghana. Ewe cloth is woven on a loom similar to that of the Asante Kente cloth

Ewe cloth from Ghana - geometric but with a sort of random pattern. My eye is drawn to this and I look at it longer than a perfectly symmetrical design.

From ghananation.com: Kente Festivals [July/August] in Bonwire, Ejisu-Juaben District and signifies the commemoration of the origin of the Kente cloth, over 300 years ago. This Festival is colourful assembly of local chiefs and people of Bonwire. During this time participants adorn themselves with beautifully woven Kente clothes and designs, which they have created. Royal Akwasidae: held every six weeks at the Royal Palace of the Asante King, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II."