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Kpokpo cloth from the Mende people of Sierra Leone Cotton woven

Kpokpo cloth from the Mende people of Sierra Leone Cotton woven

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Africa | Prestige cloth ~ kpokpo ~ from the Mende people of Sierra Leone | Early 20th century | Strip woven cotton; this Kpokpo is composed of strips over ...

Africa | Display cloth ~ kpokpo ~ from the Mende people of Sierra Leone | Cotton

Africa | Kpokpo cloth (aka. country cloth or Kondi gula in Mende) from the Mende people of Sierra Leone | Cotton; woven into strips on a tripod loom then ...

Africa | Kpokpo cloth (aka. country cloth) from the Mende people of Sierra Leone | Cotton, indigo | Pre 1960

Africa | Textile from Sierra Leone | Cotton and silk; woven in seven strips in

Africa | Cloth from Niger, probably Djerma people | Plain weave, strip woven ,

Africa | Kpokpo cloth hammock from the Sherbro; Mende people of Sierra Leone | Country

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Africa | Kpokpo cloth from the Mende; Sherbro people of Sierra Leone | Cotton;

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Detail: Display cloth, Sierra Leone, Mende or neighbouring peoples, circa 1900.

Africa | Woven cotton 'Kpokpoi' from the Vai people of Sierra Leone | Cotton

Africa | Mende blanket, Sierra Leone

Blanket/Furnishing Cloth (Kpokpo). Gola or Mende peoples (Liberia or Sierra Leone). Before 1928. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchased with exchange funds ...

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Africa | Blanket from the Mende people of Yengama, Sierra Leone | Cotton | Early

... other important events, kpokpo, early to mid C20th, Mende or Vai peoples, Sierra Leone. Hand spun white and indigo dyed cotton, red machine spun cotton.

The Mende people of Sierra Leone were famous for their weavings , called kpokpo. These

Africa | Blanket from the Mende people of Folu, Sierra Leone | Cotton; kola

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Africa | Cotton hammock from the Mende or Sherbro people of Sierra Leone | Woven on

Africa | Blanket or wrapper; collected in Sefadu, Sierra Leone; possibly Mende people

Prestige display cloth, Mende or Vai peoples, Sierra Leone, early Textile Museum, Ontario.

Africa | Cloth from Sierra Leone; possible Sherbro or Mende people | Acquired 1934 || Hand-woven; composed of eight narrow strips, hand-sewn together, ...

Display cloth/hanging, Mende or Vai peoples, Sierra Leone, early C20th. William Itter Collection, USA.

Mende peoples - Sierra Leone This particular type of weft-dominated cloth, known as kpokpo, is intended for display as an architectural space divider, ...

Africa | Prestige/ceremonial textile from the Mende people of Sierra Leone | 19th century | Cotton, indigo. 17 strips sewn together

Africa | Blue and white cushion cover from Liberia or Sierra Leone | Cotton

Africa | Kpokpo cloth (aka. country cloth) hammock from Sierra Leone | Cotton | Karun Collection of West African 19th century textiles

Detail: Display cloth/hanging, Mende or Vai peoples, Sierra Leone, early C20th. William Itter Collection, USA.

Display textile used as a backdrop for chieftaincy ceremonies and other important events, kpokpo, early to mid C20th, Mende or Vai peoples, Sierra Leone.

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Africa | Textile from Sierra Leone | Cotton and silk; woven in seven strips in

Sewn by a tailor in Folu village, this tunic is made of strips of kpokpo cloth. Each kpokpo, a very large cloth used to delineate space and decorate ...

Mende cloth, Sierra Leone

Display cloth/hanging, Mende or Vai peoples, Sierra Leone, early C20th. William Itter Collection, USA. | African Textiles | W: Senegal to Liberia ...

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African Textiles | W: Senegal to Liberia

This Cotton and Indigo dyed Textile comprises of 17 strips of cloth sewn together made by the Mende people of Sierra Leone dating from the century

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Africa | 'Country cloth' from Sierra Leone | Country cloth is a thick, heavy, cloth, traditionally made from locally grown cotton that is spun into thread, ...

Mende peoples. Sierra Leone, Yengama | Early 20th century |

Africa | Wrapper from the Ewe people of Ghana | ca. 1930 | Cotton;

Cotton, 209 x 72 in. x 183 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of John W.

Africa | Cloth from Sierra Leone | Cotton; woven in six strips, with horizontal bands of decoration in black, gold, brown and blue, with bird and comb ...

Detail: Display cloth/hanging, Mende or Vai peoples, Sierra Leone, early

Country Cloth Materials: Textile Culture Group: Mende Dimensions: 560mm x 432mm x 45mm [folded] Production Date: Pre 1960 Associated Places:.

Unidentified Artist, African (Sierra Leone or Liberia, Mende people) :: David

Africa | Woman's Cover, Bakhnouk, from the Berber people, Tunisia | Early 20th

... Prestige display cloth used as a backdrop for chief's public appearances and other important events, Mende or neighbouring peoples, Sierra Leone.

Africa | Woman's ceremonail mantel ~ baqnouq ~ from the Zlass people of the Kairouan region

West African Robes in the British Museum collection,Sierra Leone, Mende or Sherbro people

Sierra Leone Country Cloth ?Mende there remains an even smaller number of robes from the same region tailored from the elaborately patterned kpoikpoi cloths ...

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Detail: British Museum, Af1956,10.9. Late C19th or early C20th.

Detail from a man's Kusaibi (boubou) gown found in Liberia. Possibly made by the Mande people of Sierra Leone.

Africa | Man's Kusaibi gown found in Liberia; possibly made by the Mande people of Sierra Leone | Early 19th century | Since the 19th century such regal ...

Sierra Leone performing 'Ndoli jowei', Sande society of the Mende people. Image taken from "Representing Women Sande Masquerades of the Mende of Sierra ...

Gara cloth from Sierra Leone, 1977 Cotton;

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detail of a Mende or Vai display cloth accessioned in 1899 from Thomas Alldridge, that was called by Venice Lamb “one of the greatest of all West African ...

Africa | Blanket ~ Khasa ~ from the Fulani people from Mali | Wool; Strip

Africa | Kpokpo cloth hammock from the Sherbro; Mende people of Sierra Leone | Country cloth is a thick, heavy, cloth, traditionally made from loca…

Africa | Garra cloth from Sierra Leone | Made using the tie and dye method. Cotton and indigo

Old cloths from Sierra Leone are extremely hard to source as very many of the more elaborate examples such as this were the property of chiefs and other ...

Africa | Garra cloth from Sierra Leone | Made using the tie and dye method.

Africa | Detail from a Kente prestige cloth from the Ewe people of Ghana | 19th century | Silk and Cotton | In the collection of the British Museum, London

Detail: Display cloth/hanging, Mende or Vai peoples, Sierra Leone, early

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Recent country cloth, Sierra Leone. British Museum. SierraLeoneHeritage.org | Digital Heritage

Africa | Wrapper from the Asante people of Ghana | Mid 20th century | Cotton ,

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composed of 10 narrow strips hand sewn together selvedge to selvedge creating a rectangle with a fringe of twisted warp threads.

Africa | Wrapper ~ gara cloth ~ from Sierra Leone | ca. 1977 | Cotton

Detail: British Museum, Beving collection, late C19th. Af1934,0307.180. Prestige · Blue StripesSierra LeoneWoven CottonBritish ...

Africa | Bambada cap from the Limba or Kuranko people of northern Sierra Leone | Embroidered

Africa | Country cloth Hammock from Sierra Leone | ca, prior to 1963 | Made from strips made on a tripod loom, the centre piece has raised pile, be…

Sierra Leone robe detail pocket

Africa | Detail from a Bundu dance mask from the Mende people of Liberia and Sierra

Temne Janus Helmet Mask, Sierra Leone Height: 14 1/2 in (36.8

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Africa | Cotton hammock from the Mende or Sherbro people of Sierra Leone | Woven on the man's double-heddle loom of hand-spun yarn in weft-faced st…

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Cotton hammock, Vai people

Handwoven West African fabric - from the book African Textiles by John Gillow, that showcases some of the most beautiful weaving, dyeing, and embroidery ...

Indian Paisley Woven Brocade Cotton Sari Fabric- Allover Pattern Border Light Blue Beige Silver DIY Fashion Home Decor 3.30 yds / 3 m Long

Africa | Wrapper ~ gara cloth ~ from Sierra Leone | ca. 1977 | Cotton

Africa | Details from a strip woven cloth from the Ewe people of Togo | Cotton

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Kusaibi gown fabric (detail) by the Maninka people of Sierra Leone. Hand-sewn from 14 narrow strips of cotton, hand-woven on a narrow loom, dyed indigo, ...

Africa | Detail from a Kente cloth from the Ewe people of Ghana | Cotton;

Helmet Mask (Bundu) century Geography:Sierra Leone Culture:Mende peoples Medium:Wood, raffia Dimensions:H.

Tisserand mendé - Kpokpo (détail)

mende figure

Africa | Kpokpo cloth (aka. country cloth or Kondi gula in Mende) from the Mende people of Sierra Leone | Cotton; woven into strips on a tripod loo…

Sowei mask, collected by Thomas Joshua Alldridge in 1886. The mask is worn by