The bogolanfini, or mud cloths, are some of the most impressive of the African textiles. Traditionally made by the women of Mali, they were originally used for hunters' shirts and women's wraps. The cloth is hand woven and dyed by an age old process using local flora and mud.
Approximately 42 1/2" x 65"
Manufactured ByAnanse VillageSold ByAnanse VillageSize/WeightW 42.5" / H 65" / 2 lb.MaterialsMud ClothCategoryTableclothsStyleSouthwestern
Copy Of Bogolanfini Mud Cloth #139 - Southwestern - Tablecloths - by Ananse Village 101444313041