This is beautiful Piece of African Mucloth from the Dogon Tribal People of Mali. Bogolan cloth or mudcloth once despised as rural non-Islamic, peasants cloth has transformed into a symbol of national identity for Mali. It is woven by men on the local version of the narrow strip loom. First raw materials are hand processed and woven into plain white cloth strips. After the cloth is washed and allowed to shrink while drying, it is then soaked in a brown solution made from pounded Bougalan tree leaves and other ingredients made by specialists. The mud is left to ferment in a covered pot for about a year. The mudcloth patterns and designs are all so unique and would be a lovely addition to add to your home, wear as a scarf or give as a gift.
Shows some age, but in good condition
47 Inches Long
5 1/4 Inches Wide
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