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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
 
Black & Silver Mirror

An Antique Oval Mirror of Wood and Plaster was Restored and Given New Life with a Hand Waxed, Hand Painted Black Enamel Finish, Detailed in Silver

Black & Silver Mirror
 
Metal Bowls and Lidded Container

Silver Metal Footed Bowls sit next to a Silver Metal Lidded Jar or Urn-Shaped Vase. Flowing Etched Design on Bowls. Metal Container has Repetitive Cross-Hatched Motifs

Metal Bowls and Lidded Container
 
Silvered Mirror Glass

Designers are Constantly Seeking this Old Antique Silvered, Silver Leafed Mirror Glass for Obtaining that Olde World Flavor in Decor

Silvered Mirror Glass
 
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
 
Table Lamp Upcycled in "Silver" Leaf

The Base to this Designer Hand Crafted Table Lamp was Leafed with Reclaimed and Recycled Gum Wrappers! An Antique Glaze was Applied over the Faux Silver Leaf.

Table Lamp Upcycled in "Silver" Leaf


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Luxury Pieced Textile VII  

The Allure of Lurex! Glimmering Throughout This Textile are Gold, Silver, Green, and Bronze Lurex Threads. Some are Interwoven in the Modern Day Aso Oke Hand Woven Narrow Strip Weave Cloth; Some Appear as Outlines Surrounding Embroidered Brocade Fabric From East India. A Luxurious Fabric of Pieced Goods Combining Nigerian Hand Woven Strip Weave Cloth and a Host of High End Designer Fabric Remnants…Damasks, Silk Velvet, Silks, and Cottons.

Luxury Pieced Textile VII
 
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