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.
Exotic handwoven Moroccan pom pom blanket made from
handspun wool finished with large ivory wool pom-poms sewn along two sides of the blanket. Slightly coarse in texture, the blanket softens with dry cleaning. Fits up to a king size bed. ...
Rug made from vintage one-of-a-kind textiles used as
keepsakes in the Peruvian Highlands. Handwoven on Andean backstrap looms, the detailed patterns are signature features of Peruvian handwoven textiles with embroidered edging and stitched together down the center. They are collected, ...