YORUBA STYLE VEST with PANTS 7, Nigeria

While originating from the African continent, the vest and set of pants are likely not created by the tribe who invented the design. The tribal attribution indicates the origin of the design, not the object.



Front view, hanging


 

Back view, hanging


Front view, extended flat


Back view, extended flat (inside border strip showing)


           

Details, Front and Back


Pants, front and back


           

           

Details of Pants, front and back


Photographs © Hamill Gallery

YORUBA STYLE
VEST with PANTS 7
VEST: 43" high x 34" wide at top, 54" widest (as photographed), 75" wide fully extended flat.
PANTS: 37" high (long), 19" wide at waist, 27" wide at ankles as photographed.
Nigeria
$1200


This is much more of a tunic, full in form, with the matching pants (one size fits all) held by a drawstring. The embroidery and beadwork is on Yoruba Ashoke strip woven textiles.

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