Fulani “maabuube” men working in the Niger bend region of Mali were the only weavers in sub-Saharan Africa to make woollen cloths. This cloth, or a type known as sakalaare, is rarer than the more familiar kaasa blankets, made up of seven strips rather than the six of a kaasa, and the white areas are handspun cotton rather than wool. This neat example is rather larger than would be typical for the style. It was bought in Mali in the 1970s and is in pristine condition.
Measurements 320 cm X 148, 126 inches X 58.
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