Early Weft Faced Ewe


A different type of Ewe kente men’s cloth


1 in stock


E1126 – These weft faced striped cloths were worn in the nineteenth and early twentieth century in the Ewe region. The general name for them was titriku which just means”thick cloth”. They are rare to find in any kind of acceptable condition. This one has some neat patched repairs and two tiny marks but otherwise good. Dates from circa 1900-1920, perhaps earlier.

Measurements 91 inches X 47, 231 cm X 120.

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