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Meet the vendor!

Eric Kwartong was born in Bonwire on the outskirts of Kumasi and every male member of his family from as far back as anyone can remember is or was a weaver. Eric himself learned to spin at the age of 10.

New Adwinasa Kente

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One of a Kind!

Destination: Kumasi , Ghana

Adwinwasa literally means “all motifs are used up.” According to legend, this cloth was an attempt to weave an utterly unique specimen for the Asantehene by filling every area with a design—thereby exhausting the weaver’s repertoire of motifs. Though it’s popularly believed that each block of Adwinasa cloth contains a different weft design, it’s actually only necessary that each block display some kind of weft design. Held in high regard, Adwinasa cloth symbolizes royalty, creative ingenuity, perfection and superior craftsmanship.


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Details and Dimensions

5.5 ft x 3.25 ft

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