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Material: Hand Knotted 100% Wool Inspired by the Southwest, African and Latin American cultures, Madagascar is on point with its vibrant color palette and edgy patterns. This collection is a natural r

Madagascar 7MTI

Momeni Madagascar Multi Area Rug - Inspired by the Southwest, African and Latin American cultures, Momeni Madagascar Collection is on point with its vibrant color palette and edgy patterns.

MADAGASCAR MDG-8 RUG

Madagascar mdg-8 rug

African chieftan blanket, 19th century. Fulani people (Mali or Ghana). Cotton, wool. Beautiful, authentic colors

Cotton and wool African chieftan blanket, century, Fulani people (Mali or Ghana). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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Africa | Floor rug from Sidi Bou Zid, Tunisia | ca. 1950 - 60 | Wool; weft-faced, interlocking tapestry woven. | Tunisian kilims were woven both for use in the home and for sale in the market, the kilim has long functioned as a decorative furnishing in the house or tent. It is also a key item in a young woman’s trousseau and a source of income for the family.

African floor rug from Sidi Bou Zid, Tunisia. Made of woo and is a interlocking tapestry woven. Tunisian kilims were woven both for use in the home and for sale in the market.

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Fulani blanket, Mali or Niger, half C. Handspun local wool and cotton, natural dyes

Africa | Cloth from Sierra Leone | Cotton; woven in six strips, with horizontal bands of decoration in black, gold, brown and blue, with bird and comb motifs on a cream background

Africa Cloth from Sierra Leone Cotton; woven in six strips, with horizontal bands of decoration in black, gold, brown and blue, with bird and comb motifs on a cream background

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Kuba, Bark cloth, Democratic Republic of Congo Interesting patch idea with same repeated

Handwoven West African fabric - from the book African Textiles by John Gillow, that showcases some of the most beautiful weaving, dyeing, and embroidery techniques used in textile history.

FABRIC Handwoven West African fabric - from the book African Textiles by John Gillow, that showcases some of the most beautiful weaving, dyeing, and embroidery techniques used in textile history.

Kuba Bark Cloth

Love this Kuba Bark Cloth

'African Embrodery' ©threadeater, via flickr

neutralnotes: African Embroidery (by threadeater)

Latin American textiles are insanely gorgeous and take me back to my summer spent in Guatemala in an instant. These are from Peru.

love these colorful textiles

Material: Hand Tufted 100% Wool Inspired by a outdoor lifestyle and combined…

Tangier 2MTI

Material: Hand Tufted Wool Inspired by a outdoor lifestyle and combined with the nomadic motifs of traditional Kazak patterns. This rug might not be a true Kazak rug but what is lacks in the simp

Africa | Ceremonial textile from Cameroon; Hand woven on narrow loom; indigo resist dyed

Cameroon Indigo Ceremonial Textile

Cameronean ceremonial textile, hand-woven on a narrow loom then indigo resist dyed.

Jordanian Ceramics are the best souvenir to get your loved one when you get back home from #Jordan! Especially the ones with Hebron prints. http://www.gweet.com/ is the best place to choose your stay in Jordan

The rich colors and intricate designs display incredible artistic talent, and ensure that these decorative plates, serving bowls, vases, and jars will add an authentic and colorful Mediterranean touch to your home.

Dig the Mexican altar boxes. Dead kitsch cool - Sold at Mexico Import Arts (Australia) (c)

Dig the Mexican altar boxes. Dead kitsch cool - from Mexico Import Arts (Australia) Shrines?

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