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Africa - Shawl ~ bakhnug ~ from the Berber people living in Matmata, Gabès governorate, Tunisia, early to mid 20th c. Wool and cotton. Shawls of this type are woven, then dyed; the woollen ground accepts the dye, while the cotton supplementary weft remains white.

Africa - Shawl ~ bakhnug ~ from the Berber people living in Matmata, Gabès governorate, Tunisia, early to mid 20th c. Wool and cotton. Shawls of this type are woven, then dyed; the woollen ground accepts the dye, while the cotton supplementary weft remains white.

(8) Pin de Elenice Rodrigues en Africana | Pinterest

(8) Pin de Elenice Rodrigues en Africana | Pinterest

Africa | Kabylie Berber woman's cover {Azellal} from the El Feija Region, of Algeria |19th century | wool, natural dyes including cochineal, tapestry and supplementary weaving

Africa | Kabylie Berber woman's cover {Azellal} from the El Feija Region, of Algeria |19th century | wool, natural dyes including cochineal, tapestry and supplementary weaving

Africa | Red wool Tunisian kitfeya that would have been worn around the shoulders of the women in times past. | It has cream cotton woven designs and some black woven striped background

Africa | Red wool Tunisian kitfeya that would have been worn around the shoulders of the women in times past. | It has cream cotton woven designs and some black woven striped background

Inventory of Kilims Oriental Rugs at Nomad Rugs

Inventory of Kilims Oriental Rugs at Nomad Rugs

WGSN A/W 2018-2019 AUTUMN WINTER MACRO TREND

WGSN A/W 2018-2019 AUTUMN WINTER MACRO TREND

B. BARK.                                                          Kuba Bark Cloth

B. BARK. Kuba Bark Cloth

Africa | Haik from Morocco | Wool; the border applied with coloured bobbles

Africa | Haik from Morocco | Wool; the border applied with coloured bobbles

Antique Kaitag Embroidery #45208 Main Image - By Nazmiyal

Antique Kaitag Embroidery #45208 Main Image - By Nazmiyal

Africa | Mahmoudi (woman's mantle) from the Berber people from the border of Tunisia and Libya | Wool with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at ends. The piece is dyed after weaving and the cotton resists the indigo.:

Africa | Mahmoudi (woman's mantle) from the Berber people from the border of Tunisia and Libya | Wool with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at ends. The piece is dyed after weaving and the cotton resists the indigo.:

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