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Reversible Bazin Cloth Apron with Adinkra Symbol

Swahili Modern


  • Talented Ghanaian seamstresses stitch beautifully hand-dyed fabric and gently patterned bazin brocade cloth to create this lovely reversible apron with a centered pocket on both sides and string ties at neck and waist. Adinkra symbols add definite Ghanaian flair to an accessory that celebrates cultural richness and color.

    Measures 24"W x 32"T.

  • Master weaver Tahiru owns a workshop in Bolga that is connected to his home. Having collaborated with high-end designers for a number of American companies, Tahiru is a skilled weaver who has taught both men and women to make bolga baskets of a truly exceptional quality. His generous spirit and talent has allowed many impoverished farmers in the area to attain a sustainable way of living.

Vendor: Swahili Modern

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