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Authentic Ghanaian Kente Scarf - Handwoven Ashanti Heritage

Authentic Ghanaian Kente Scarf - Handwoven Ashanti Heritage

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Exquisite Handwoven Kente Scarf from Ghana - A Tapestry of Culture and Craftsmanship

Discover the rich heritage of Ghana with our authentic Kente scarf, meticulously handwoven by skilled artisans in the Ashanti region. Measuring 58.5 inches (148 cm) in length and 4.5 inches (11.5 cm) in width, each scarf is a testament to the timeless tradition and intricate artistry of Ghanaian weavers.

This vibrant Kente scarf, also known as a stole or strip, is not just an accessory but a piece of art that carries the heart and soul of West African culture. Made with dedication and passion, the scarf embodies the values and history of the Kente cloth, renowned since the 17th century for its significant cultural symbolism among the Ashanti people.

History and Values of Kente Cloth

Kente cloth is more than just fabric; it's a woven narrative of history, identity, and pride. Originating from the Ashanti Kingdom, each color and pattern on the Kente cloth has a specific meaning, representing virtues such as unity, strength, and spirituality. Owning a piece of Kente is like holding a piece of Ghanaian heritage, a symbol of pride and beauty passed down through generations.

Explore our collection of handmade cloths and textiles from different West African countries to immerse yourself further in the continent's rich tapestry of cultures.

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