Adanudo Cloth

Ewe cloth woven from indigo dyed cotton with supplementary weft of polychrome silk stripes. The long and narrow strips were woven by men and then cut to size and stitched together selvedge to selvedge.The small size indicate that it was a womans garment.

Circa: Early 20th c.

Origin: Ewe tribes, eastern Ghana

Material: cotton with silk details.

Condition: Excellent

Dimensions: 66" x 41"

Inventory number: TX4329



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