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.
Ewe textile from Volta region of Ghana and Togo. This is an unusual example of Ewe work as it relies on placement of color and woven technique rather than figures in the compositional design. The Ewe are among the most accomplished weavers in the world.
Ewe Kente Cloth from Ghana, Africa. Vintage (1970's), tribal woven textile, Multi-Colored, Large
Africa | Detail from a 1970s, Ewe Kente Cloth from Ghana | Ewe cloth comes from the Ewe ("e-vay") people who live in southeastern Ghana and Togo. Ewe cloth is woven on a loom similar to that of the Asante Kente cloth