A stunning hand stitched piece of cloth from the Yoruba people of west Africa. The Oko means “top cloth” meaning cloth of high status. The fabric is also used to make men’s gowns called agbada and hats called Fila and women’s wraps called iro.
NB: TO CLEAN- a very gentle HAND washing (NEVER MACHINE, on any setting) in cool water with a very gentle detergent works, but even then, dyes may not be colourfast.
Note: This is a handmade authentic piece of material and it has a few dye stain marks which adds to its character.
Size: 180cm x 160cm