A west African tribe (Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Sierra Leone, Liberia) with a rich cultural tradition of textile weaving and decoration expressed in spectacular, symbolical fabrics used for furnishings and ceremonial attire.

Typical cloths include different types of Aso-oke, Aran, and Adire.

These are two  traditional Yoruba cloths that we would use for wall hangings, bedhead, flat curtains or cushions. 




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