Korhogo Handwoven Mud Cloth Ivory Coast Africa
Korhogo handspun, handwoven and hand-painted cotton mud cloth by the women of the Korhoga Tribe who spin the cotton, while the men weave and sew the cloth into a large canvas.
The women make fermented dye which is painted onto the story cloth.
Each cloth tells a unique story.
Ivory Coast Africa.
Dimensions: H 51 in. x W 73 in. x D 0.05 in.
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