YORUBA ASHOKE TEXTILES ARCHIVES, Nigeria

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The ashoke textiles below have been sold and are left here for educational and research purposes.

 Whole Textile

  Part of Textile

Detail of Textile 

Ashoke Textile 1
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 1
SOLD

 

Ashoke Textile 1
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 2
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 2
SOLD

 

Ashoke Textile 2
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 3
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 3
SOLD

 

Ashoke Textile 3
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 4
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 4
SOLD

 

Ashoke Textile 4
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 5
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 5
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 5
SOLD
 

Ashoke Textile 10
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 10
SOLD

 

Ashoke Textile 10
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 6
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 6
SOLD

 

Ashoke Textile 6
SOLD

Ashoke Textile 9
78"x53", SOLD

Ashoke Textile 9
78"x53", SOLD

Ashoke Textile 9
78"x53", SOLD

 

Ashoke Textile 7
75"x59", SOLD

 

Ashoke Textile 7
75"x59", SOLD

 

Ashoke Textile 7
75"x59", SOLD

Ashoke Textile 8
80"x57", SOLD

Ashoke Textile 8
80"x57", SOLD

 

Ashoke Textile 8
80"x57", SOLD

 

YORUBA, Ashoke Textiles, Nigeria

Woven in narrow strips of machine-spun cotton, these textiles have sections of openwork, with the holes linked by decorative, carry-over threads. Motifs laid in by weft patterns often symbolize stylized plants or Koran boards.

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