Ceremonial kente cloth, worn by Asante women. Strips
are hand-sewn together, with a combination of designs known as Wotoa or shell of a snail, Nkyimkyim, or zigzag, and the Babadua or bamboo-like cane design.
Loomed of ultrasoft Turkish cotton in a beautifully
textured, thick diamond herringbone weave, this substantial blanket is great for keeping cozy on a chilly day. Knotted tassels and a contrasting stripe complete the design.
This throw is a wonderfully luxe piece, perfect
for cool nights and whenever you want a bit of cozy comfort. The cashmere is knitted with a petite cable stitch and delightfully trimmed all around with a coordinating silk border.