MUD CLOTH - also called 'bogolan' - is one of Africa's most unusual textiles. Narrow strips of handwoven cotton are stitched together into a whole cloth, then painted with patterns and symbols using a variety of natural dyes, including leaves tree branches and river mud. Some areas are painted with a bleach and the cloth is left to dry in the sun for a week. When the bleach solution is washed off with water, what remains is the characteristic white pattern on a dark background

Size 60 cm × 40 cm | 23.6" × 15.7"
Front Handmade Mud cloth
Back Chenille
Edge details Knife edge
Corner details None
Trim None
Closure Mother of pearl buttons on back
Filling Filling: Includes down fill insert (90% premium goose down, 10% goose feathers).  For other filling type please contact us
Hand made in Italy with Tribal fabrics
Price: 235.00 €
(Relevant taxes will be applied during checkout)


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