Indigo Tie Dye

Larger indigo pieces from West Africa were woven in smaller strips, due to the size of the looms available. After the strips were sewen together to form a large panel,the whole piece was tie-dyed. This piece was likely used as a hip cloth or a blanket.

Circa: 2nd half 20th Century

Origin: Mali

Material: Cotton

Condition: Excellent

Dimensions: 63”x44”

Inventory number: TX5157



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