Tiv Textile - 6 Converging Dots
This textile is woven and dyed in Nigeria, by the Tiv people. Woven out of cotton and died from indigo dyes. This style of textile is what they call the "dot" variation, containing six large dots all converging near the center of this textile. This produces an effect similar to that of a Venn Diagram. The entire textile is composed of many bands that are sewn together, forming a larger textile.
Since this textile was recently woven and not made for their traditional use, we cannot guarantee that this textile will not run if washed. We recommend dry cleaning methods to avoid running.
This textile measures 69" x 47" (175cm x 119cm)