British Museum Af1934,0307.169 One of a group of cloths collected by Beving in "Quittah" or Keta in the Volta region in the late C19th that raise questions about the layout of at least some early Ewe textiles.
Chief's cloth from member of a society called Ogboni or Oshugbo among the Ijebu Yoruba people of south western Nigeria, early C20th. The designs are said to represent water spirits.British Museum #Af1964,02.55:
Kente Cloth, Handwoven, Ashante, Ghana, African - Green Type of Object: Cloth, fabric, textile Ethnic Group: Ashante Country of Origin: Ghana Materials: Rayon, silk, cotton Dimensions: 65 x 32.5 inches Approximate age: Mid 20th century
For the Bed OBJECT NAME: Blanket LOCAL NAME: khasa PLACE MADE: Africa: West Africa, Mali PEOPLE: Fulani, also called Fulbe (pl. Pullo) or Peul PERIOD: Mid 20th century DATE: 1950 - 1970 DIMENSIONS: L 220 cm x W 128 cm MATERIALS: Wool TECHNIQUES: Hand-spun; dyed; strip woven; plain woven; supplementary weft; hand-sewn
National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen. Another remarkable cloth collected in the 1840s. Doran Ross suggests this may be Asante but to me it seems to have more affinity with the known corpus of later C19th Ewe cloths.