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African Cloth Pillows  
Dress That Ethnic, African, or American Country Interior With a Pair of Vintage, Hand Woven African Strip Weave Cloth Pillows. Not only Pillows, but Collectible Textiles.
African Cloth Pillows
Aso Oke Hand Woven Strip Cloth  
Aso Oke is the Name of the Narrow Strip Weave Cloth Woven by the Men of the Yoruba Tribe, Nigeria, Africa. Traditionally, These Hand Woven Strips are Joined to Produce Fabric for Ceremonial Dress, Including Garments and Head Wraps or Caps.
Aso Oke Hand Woven Strip Cloth
Diamond Motif Kuba Pillow  
An Artisanaware Pillow to Fashion the Interior With Rich, Ethnic Flavor and to Celebrate African Textiles and the Craft and the Artistry of the Kuba People.
Diamond Motif Kuba Pillow
Diamond/Zig Zag Kuba Pillow  
An Artisanaware Pillow to Fashion the Interior With Rich, Ethnic Flavor and to Celebrate African Textiles and the Craft and the Artistry of the Kuba People.
Diamond/Zig Zag Kuba Pillow
Ikat Pillows  
Ikat Textiles From Laos, Indonesia, and Central America Have Been Arranged and Pieced to Create a Stunning Pair of Ethnic Flavor Decorative Pillows.
Ikat Pillows
Indigo Strip Weave Pillows  
Add a Refined Ethnic Flavor to Your Interior with This One of a Kind Pair of Decorative Pillows Incorporating a Prized Indigo Dyed Textile, Aso Oke, From Nigeria, Africa.
Indigo Strip Weave Pillows
Lattice Motif Kuba Pillow  
A One of a Kind Artisanaware Pillow to Fashion the Interior With Rich, Ethnic Flavor and to Celebrate African Textiles and the Craft and the Artistry of the Kuba People.
Lattice Motif Kuba Pillow
Luxury Pieced Textile II  
Hand Woven Nigerian Narrow Strip Weave (from old Kings' Robe) in Silk and Lurex. Combined with Old Silk Obi and Hand Woven Bronze Metallic
Luxury Pieced Textile II
Luxury Pillow Fabric IV  
A Pair of Pillow Fabric Fronts, Pieced From Vintage Hand Woven Narrow Strip Weave Aso Oke Cloth, an African Textile. These Fine Examples of Aso Oke Were Woven by Yoruba Men, Nigeria Africa. Lovely, Subtle Color Variations of a Single Latte. Use Both Patchworks to Fabricate One Pillow, or Back With a Closely Woven Cotton or Linen.
Luxury Pillow Fabric IV
Luxury Pillow Fabric VI  
A Pair of Patchwork Pillow Fronts of Vintage Hand Woven Narrow Strip-Weave Aso Oke Cloth, an African Textile Woven by the Men of the Yoruba. Cotton with Lurex. Use Both Patchworks to Create one Pillow or Back With Silk, or Similar Fabric.
Luxury Pillow Fabric VI
Luxury Pillow Fabric XI  
A Rich and Luxurious Patchwork Pillow or Bolster Pillow Fabric of African Textiles, East Indian Embroidered Brocade, Vintage Fabrics, and Designer Fabric Remnants. Combining Hand Woven Nigerian Narrow Strip Weave Aso Oke with Lurex, Embroidered Fabric, Silk Velvet, Cotton Velvet, Silk Damask, Silk Solids.
Luxury Pillow Fabric XI
Luxury Pillow Fabric XII  
Panel of Patchwork, Pieced Fabrics and African Textiles, Combining Hand Woven Nigerian Narrow Strip Weave Aso Oke, Silk Velvets, Cotton and Silk Damasks, Silk Solids, and Other Designer Fabric Remnants
Luxury Pillow Fabric XII


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African Aso Oke Fabric
A Hand Woven African Fabric Panel in Stripes of Grass Green, Metallic Gold, and Yellow. Made of Narrow Strips Woven by the Men of Nigeria
African Aso Oke Fabric
African Diviner's Panel and African Currency
Antique and Vintage African Diviners Panel and Old African Currency - Relics for the Serious Collector or as Ethnic Interior Decor.
African Diviner's Panel and African Currency
African Fabric Batik
An African Batik Fabric Hand Dyed in Tangerine Peach and Black on Cotton. A Motif of Geometric Squares with a Background of Polka Dots
African Fabric Batik
African Hand Carved Figurative Stool
This is an Early 20th c African Stool Hand Carved from one Piece of Wood by the Lobi People of Burkina Faso, but also Residing in Ghana and the Ivory Coast. A Wonderful Artwork with Humanistic Head and Limbs, and Carved Geometric Designs on the Seat of the Stool
African Hand Carved Figurative Stool
African Hand Woven Fabric
Vintage African Hand Woven Strip Cloth, or Aso Oke Cloth, with Strips Sewn Together as Fabric for Ceremonial Dress
African Hand Woven Fabric
Ceremonial African Pot
A Ceremonial African Clay Pot or Vessel from the Nupe Tribe of Nigeria. Collector’s and Enthusiasts of Ethnic African Relics and Traditional Craft will Find This Pottery in Very Good Condition
Ceremonial African Pot
Collection of Baskets
From Asia and the South Seas to Africa, an Array of Baskets and Woven Trays. Pictured with a Close Cousin, Flavor-Wise... an Indonesian Batik Wood Bowl
Collection of Baskets
Ethnic Textile Scarf & Pouches
Add Ethnic Touches to Your Collection of Fashion Accessories with a Kente Cloth Scarf from Ghana and Petit Point Pouches of Afghani Origin
Ethnic Textile Scarf & Pouches
Hand Woven African Cloth
Aso Oke, or Narrow Strip Weave Cloth Hand Woven in Nigeria, Africa. Two Panels of Fabric in Green Cotton with Gold Lurex and Supplementary Weft Embroidery
Hand Woven African Cloth
Kuba African Cloth Textiles
This Selection of Five African Kuba Cloth Textiles Offers a Beautiful Play of Geometric Elements in Various Shades of Chocolate, Brown, Black, Wheat, and Straw
Kuba African Cloth Textiles
Nupe African Clay Pot
An African Clay Pot Made by the Nupes of Nigeria with Geometric Surface Designs Characteristic of this Tribe
Nupe African Clay Pot
Strip Weave Fabric
A Vintage African Fabric Made from Sewn Together Narrow Hand Woven Strips, or Narrow Strip Weave Fabric, Called Aso Oke in Nigeria. Fabric is in Silver Lurex and Cotton with Stripes in Cranberry
Strip Weave Fabric

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