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Classifications: Textiles and Clothing

Classifications: Textiles and Clothing
Kente cloth:  (Aberewa Bene "Wise Old Lady")
Ghanaian
20th century
81.17.433
Kente Cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.437
Cloth
Ghanaian
20th century
81.17.438
Kente Cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.456
Kente Cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.458
Cloth
Ghanaian
20th century
81.17.460
Cloth
Ghanaian
20th century
81.17.462
Kente cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.464
Kente Cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.465
Cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.467
Cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.468
Cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.469
Cloth (Adinkra)
Ghanaian
81.17.470
Cloth (Adinkra)
Ghanaian
81.17.471
Woman's skirt (Adinkra)
Ghanaian
81.17.474
Cloth
Kumasi
81.17.475
Cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.476
Cloth
Ghanaian
20th century
81.17.321
Cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.667
Cap
Ghanaian
81.17.454.2
War Shirt  (batakari)
Ghanaian
20th century
81.17.454.1
Kente cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.1345.2
Sunday cloth (Kwasiada Adinkra)
Ghanaian
20th century
81.17.472
Cloth (Adinkra)
Ghanaian
81.17.473
Ghanaian
81.17.477
Ghanaian
81.17.453.1
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.