Adire makers in Ibadan in the mid decades of the twentieth century met increased demand for the indigo dyed cloths by applying the starch resist pate through metal stencils cut from the tin lining of tea chests. The resulting designs were more simple than the hand drawn patterns but in some cases quite effective and pleasing. Here there are four different motifs in a balanced well made composition. In excellent condition. Dates from circa 1960s.
Measurement: 69 inches x 67 ins, 174cm x 169cm.
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