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ASO-OKE I PURPLE

370.00
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ASO-OKE I PURPLE

370.00

Makrosha

DESCRIPTION

Aso-Oke is a strip-woven cloth made by the Yoruba people of Southwestern Nigeria dating back to the 10th century A.D. Traditionally worn for special occasions such as weddings, funerals, and ceremonies, Aso-Oke is typically made of locally grown, naturally dyed, handspun cotton and silk. The floating yarns and small holes are a weaving style that was influenced during British colonialism. The little holes are meant to imitate Spanish lace!

  • Color: Purple
  • Material: 

    Cotton and Boiled Pink Wool, Zipper closure. Dry clean only, Feather/Down Insert included.

  • Size: 20x20
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Makrosha

DESCRIPTION

Aso-Oke is a strip-woven cloth made by the Yoruba people of Southwestern Nigeria dating back to the 10th century A.D. Traditionally worn for special occasions such as weddings, funerals, and ceremonies, Aso-Oke is typically made of locally grown, naturally dyed, handspun cotton and silk. The floating yarns and small holes are a weaving style that was influenced during British colonialism. The little holes are meant to imitate Spanish lace!

  • Color: Purple
  • Material: 

    Cotton and Boiled Pink Wool, Zipper closure. Dry clean only, Feather/Down Insert included.

  • Size: 20x20