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Purple African Ewe Kente Cloth Textile, Midcentury
Located in New York, NY
This men's Ewe Kenta cloth is woven in brilliant color: lemon yellow, reds, lime greens, deep green, orange and some blue on top of a field of deep purple burgundy and a deep indigo....
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Mid-20th Century Ghanaian Tribal More Folk Art

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Cotton

African Ewe Kente Cloth Textile/Wall Hanging
Located in New York, NY
This prestigious Kente cloth was handwoven on small hand held looms. The fabric has all been hand sewn to form a marvelous textile. These were originally made for people of high stan...
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Mid-20th Century Ghanaian Tribal Tribal Art

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Cotton

Blue Ewe Kente Cloth African Textile, Midcentury
Located in New York, NY
The base fabric of this textile is very finely woven cotton. The colors in it are light green, yellow, light blue, red, some teal green, indigo blue, and white. The designs in it ...
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Mid-20th Century Ghanaian Tribal More Folk Art

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Cotton

Purple Ewe Kente Cloth African Textile, Midcentury
Located in New York, NY
The color of this African Men's Ewe Kenta cloth is really beautiful and saturated. Royal purple with orange, lemon yellow, moss green and some indigo blue. This textile has nice d...
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Mid-20th Century Ghanaian Tribal More Folk Art

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Cotton

Purple with Yellow African Ewe Kente Cloth Textile, Midcentury
Located in New York, NY
This African Men's Ewe Kente cloth has a light aubergine purple background with highlights of orange, yellow, light green, light blue and dark blue amongst other colors. It is a v...
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Mid-20th Century Ghanaian Tribal More Folk Art

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Cotton

Red, White, and Blue Ewe Kente Cloth African Textile
Located in New York, NY
This African men's Ewe Kente cloth was woven in fine cotton in the late 19th-early 20th century. It has some light staining in areas because it is in the condition it was collected i...
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Early 20th Century Ghanaian Tribal More Folk Art

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Cotton

"Tribal Cloth, Ewe Ghana," Cotton Weaving created circa 1950
Located in Milwaukee, WI
This cotton fabric was made by an unknown Ewe artist. It features red, blue, gold, and green accents. The Ewe people are an African ethnic group. This may be an example of Kente, a t...
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1950s Folk Art More Art

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Cotton

Indigo Blue and White Ewe Kente Cloth African Textile
Located in New York, NY
This African men's Ewe Kenta cloth is woven in very fine cotton with highlights of red and yellow over two different shades of indigo and natural white. It is a very fine cloth in ve...
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Early 20th Century Ghanaian Tribal More Folk Art

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Cotton

"Tribal Cloth, Ewe Ghana," Multicolored Cotton Textile created circa 1965
Located in Milwaukee, WI
This cotton fabric was made by an unknown Ewe artist. The Ewe people are an African ethnic group. This may be an example of Kente, a type of silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven...
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1960s Folk Art More Art

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Cotton

Antique African Ewe Kente Cloth/Ghana
Located in New York, NY
Prized for their unique striped patterns and vibrant colors, these traditional wearable textiles are woven in small strips and assembled to form a large cloth. The delightful compart...
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21st Century and Contemporary African Tribal Art

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Cotton

Antique African Ewe Kente Cloth/Ghana
H 51 in. W 53 in. D 0.1 in.
Early 20th Century Ewe Man's Prestige Cloth Ghana
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Offered by Andres Moraga. Ewe Man's prestige cloth, Ghana. Early 20th century. Strip weave with supplementary patterns.   
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Early 20th Century Ghanaian Tribal Tapestries

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Cotton

Vintage West African Ewe Cloth
Located in New York, NY
A graphic mix of color and detail work, this Ewe wrap is a luxurious handwoven textile. Worn by chiefs and African royalty, this textile represents the epitome of status. A beautiful...
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Mid-20th Century Ghanaian Tribal Quilts and Blankets

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Cotton

  • Vintage West African Ewe Cloth
  • Vintage West African Ewe Cloth
  • Vintage West African Ewe Cloth
  • Vintage West African Ewe Cloth
H 103 in. W 69 in. D .32 in.

Ewe Cloth For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal ewe cloth for your home. A ewe cloth — often made from cotton and fabric — can elevate any home. There are many kinds of the ewe cloth you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 20th Century to those made as recently as the 21st Century. When you’re browsing for the right ewe cloth, those designed in styles are of considerable interest.

How Much is a Ewe Cloth?

A ewe cloth can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $3,600, while the lowest priced sells for $1,600 and the highest can go for as much as $4,900.