Meet the vendor!

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.

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Destination: Kumasi , Ghana

They didn’t used to call it “The Gold Coast” for nothing. West Africa is a veritable goldmine and Ghana remains one of the largest gold producers in the world today. Sika Futuro means “Gold Dust,” which used to be a method of payment amongst the Akan, and symbolizes—what else?—wealth and prosperity.


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5.5 ft x 3.3 ft

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