Bring a splash of Ghanaian sunshine into your life with this magnificent museum quality Ewe chiefs kente in an unusual palette dominated by yellow, pink, and red. A superb example of an Ewe master weaver’s artistry and the informed patronage of a wealthy chief, solid blocks of multiple narrow weft stripes in a huge variety of combinations alternate with warp striped sections that hold finely woven extra weft float motifs. Among these we note birds, fishes, and a hand with a ring. Cloths of this quality were never plentiful and very few become available these days. Dates from circa 1930s. Condition is excellent.
Measurement: 121ins x 75, 308 cm x 191.
All items on this site are vintage. That means that they may have a few small marks or blemishes consistent with use. We will try to highlight any significant issues in the description above but in the event you are not happy with your purchase please notify us within 48 hours of receipt and you may return it for a full refund (excluding return shipping costs.)