Floating threads zigzag along the strips of this mid C20th Yoruba aso oke woman’s wrapper cloth between rows of small woven holes. the beige cotton “sanyan” cloth. This zigzag pattern was called Eko Bridge, after the zigzag iron struts on the colonial era bridge, since demolished, that connected Lagos Island (“Eko”) with the mainland. Would look fantastic on a wall as well as being a great furnishing fabric for pillows/cushions or upholstery. In excellent complete condition.
Measurements 74 inches X 52, 188 cm X 133.
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