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Malian Black & White Textiles, S/2
$455.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR black/white
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 42" L x 62" W
ERA Vintage: 1980s
MADE OF cotton
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 31 - Aug 03
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Ethnika Home Décor and Antiques was founded in 1987 by interior designer and antiques dealer Yvonne Jean Rabie and her husband, the internationally renowned artist Daniel Carranza. Together they have traveled the globe seeking out one-of-a-kind antiques, furniture, and accessories. Their clients include top decorators, dealers, and collectors. Named one of the best stores by Westchester Magazine.
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Set of two black-and-white mud-cloth cotton textiles, handwoven, hand-sewn, and hand-dyed by the men and women of the Bamana tribe of Mali. Each, 62"W x 42"L.
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