West African Bògòlanfini Mudcloth Rug Coasters
:: Mud-dyed cloth called bògòlanfini is a traditional textile of the Bamana people of Mali in West Africa. Nakunte Diarra, a contemporary bògòlanfini master, dyed the cloth inspiring this BookRug design using a complicated process in which the mud dye is applied in the spaces around and between the pattern lines. Her cloths are marked by sharp contrasting patterns, crisp lines, and a variety of designs, all characteristics of fine bògòlanfini. Licensed From the Indiana University Art Museum. Made in the USA by CoasterRugsⓇ is this amazing coaster set that features a reproduction of the rug on a miniature scale.
CoasterRugs are of superb quality and are not only vibrant, intricate, and unique but they are 100% washable to boot and will last a lifetime.
MADE BY: MouseRugⓇ
Item ID: 6548
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