IGBO, Ukara Cloth Archives, Nigeria

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The cloths below are SOLD. They are left here for reference and education purposes.

For UNSOLD Igbo Ukara cloths go to our other website:
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IGBO
Ukara Cloth 1
56"x 98"
SOLD

IGBO
Ukara Cloth 1
56"x 98"
SOLD

IGBO
Ukara Cloth 1
56"x 98"
SOLD

 IGBO
Ukara Cloth 2
50"x 89"
SOLD

 IGBO
Ukara Cloth 2
50"x 89"
SOLD

 

 IGBO
Ukara Cloth 2
50"x 89"
SOLD

IGBO
Ukara Cloth 3
52"x 96"
SOLD

IGBO
Ukara Cloth 3
52"x 96"
SOLD

 

IGBO
Ukara Cloth 3
52"x 96"
SOLD

 IGBO
Ukara Cloth 4
52"x 78"
SOLD

 IGBO
Ukara Cloth 4
52"x 78"
SOLD

 

 IGBO
Ukara Cloth 4
52"x 78"
SOLD

IGBO
Ukara Cloth 5
50"x 98"
SOLD

IGBO
Ukara Cloth 5
50"x 98"
SOLD

 

IGBO
Ukara Cloth 5
50"x 98"
SOLD

IGBO
Ukara Cloth 6
54"x53",
SOLD

IGBO
Ukara Cloth 6
54"x53",
SOLD

IGBO
Ukara Cloth 6
54"x53",
SOLDn

Photographs © Tim Hamill

IGBO, Ukara Cloth, Nigeria

Factory-woven, raffia-tyed and indigo-dyed in northern Igboland, these clotha are worn by Cross River Ekpe Society men as wrappers and are used as wall hangings. Symbols include many different animals. The red #3 has 3 small holes. Numbers 1, 4 & 6 are actually a deep blue color.

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