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An "arkila kerka," used as a tent divider and mostly likely woven by men of the Peul tribe. A similar piece called "wedding blanket" is in the Museum de Kulturen, Basel. There is plain weave with spot brocading and twining and it was woven in six strips and assembled off the loom.The black and white section is also woven separately (which is called Cigarette). Natural native Indigo dye. It is ready to hang, with cotton loops on the back.
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Our Brooklyn showroom is home to hundreds of antique, vintage and modern rugs, as well as our own collection of fun and affordable kilims. Owner Aelfie Oudghiri has traveled extensively, building relationships with vendors and weavers around the world.
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- 169" L x 62" W
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