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Africa | Robe.  Hausa peoples, Nigeria | Early to late 20th century | Cotton | Although this robe appears plain, it was intended as a display of wealth and status. Skilled craftsmen, laboring intensively, spun thread that was handwoven into narrow strips of cloth that were then sewn together by hand. A Koranic scholar and calligrapher created and laid out a pattern that often took one or two men several months to embroider.

Africa | Robe. Hausa peoples, Nigeria | Early to late 20th century | Cotton | Although this robe appears plain, it was intended as a display of wealth and status. Skilled craftsmen, laboring intensively, spun thread that was handwoven into narrow strips of cloth that were then sewn together by hand. A Koranic scholar and calligrapher created and laid out a pattern that often took one or two men several months to embroider.

Culture: HAUSA? Locale: NIGER RIVER Country: WEST AFRICA Material: COTTON Dimensions: GARMENT L. 136 (AVERAGE LOOM PIECE WIDTH: 5) (in CM) Technique: STRIP WEAVE, WARP AND WEFT STRIPES (CHECKS), HAND EMBROIDERD. Keywords: ROBE (MAN) Categories: COSTUME, TEXTILE

Culture: HAUSA? Locale: NIGER RIVER Country: WEST AFRICA Material: COTTON Dimensions: GARMENT L. 136 (AVERAGE LOOM PIECE WIDTH: 5) (in CM) Technique: STRIP WEAVE, WARP AND WEFT STRIPES (CHECKS), HAND EMBROIDERD. Keywords: ROBE (MAN) Categories: COSTUME, TEXTILE

AGB107 - Superb and extremely rare C19th white hand spun cotton robe with exceptionally fine embroidery. The white hand spun cotton used to weave the narrow 4cm width strips that make up this robe is among the highest quality, tightest spun fibres I have seen on a Nigerian textile and the embroidery, in both beige silk and white cotton, is incredibly precise and well executed, both signs of an important and expensive commission from a wealthy patron...

AGB107 - Superb and extremely rare C19th white hand spun cotton robe with exceptionally fine embroidery. The white hand spun cotton used to weave the narrow 4cm width strips that make up this robe is among the highest quality, tightest spun fibres I have seen on a Nigerian textile and the embroidery, in both beige silk and white cotton, is incredibly precise and well executed, both signs of an important and expensive commission from a wealthy patron...

Man's gown made of imported magenta silk and cotton. Composed of numerous narrow strips. Embroidered in imported natural-coloured silk thread with the 'eight knives' pattern. Africa, Republic of Benin.

Man's gown made of imported magenta silk and cotton. Composed of numerous narrow strips. Embroidered in imported natural-coloured silk thread with the 'eight knives' pattern. Africa, Republic of Benin.

Beneatha is given a nigerian robe which symbolizes her getting wrapped up in another fad.

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Africa | Shirt/Tunic from the Yoruba people of Nigeria.   The embroidery and beadwork is on Yoruba Ashoke strip woven textiles | © Tim Hamill

Africa | Shirt/Tunic from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. The embroidery and beadwork is on Yoruba Ashoke strip woven textiles | © Tim Hamill

Africa | Robe from the Nupe people of Nigeria | ca. 1850 - 1899 | Cotton; strip woven, embroidered.

Africa | Robe from the Nupe people of Nigeria | ca. 1850 - 1899 | Cotton; strip woven, embroidered.

The Kings of Africa:  18 Facinating Portraits by DAniel Laine  Ngie Kamga Joseph – Fon of Bandjun (Cameroon)

The Kings of Africa: 18 Facinating Portraits by DAniel Laine Ngie Kamga Joseph – Fon of Bandjun (Cameroon)

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