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Woman’s Ceremonial Skirt Bushong people Early century Pounded and dyed inner bark (Ficus);

Africa | Prestige Panel  from the Kuba people of the Sankuru River region of DR Congo | Raffia palm fiber, pigments | 20th century

Prestige Panel from the Kuba, Raffia palm fiber, pigments, century

Africa | Skirt ~ ncaka kot ~ from the Kuba people of DR Congo | Raffia, natural dyes | 2nd half of the 20th century

thatsbutterbaby: Africa Skirt ~ ncaka kot ~ from the Kuba people of DR Congo Raffia, natural dyes half of the century

Africa | Ceremonial Wrapper ("Tcaka") from the Kuba people of the Sankuru River region of DR Congo | Raffia palm fiber, pigments | 20th century

Tcaka Ceremonial Wrapper - Kuba peoples, Democratic Republic of the Congo - made from raffia palm fiber - c.

Saved from The Met Africa | Ceremonial Skirt (Ntchak) from the Kuba people (Bushoong group) from the Kasai River Region of the DR Congo | Raffia palm fiber with natural dyes | ca. late 19th century

Africa Ceremonial Skirt (Ntchak) from the Kuba people (Bushoong group) from the Kasai River Region of the DR Congo Raffia palm fiber with natural dyes ca.

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Kuba, Bark cloth, Democratic Republic of Congo Interesting patch idea with same repeated

Kuba Barkcloth Textile, Africa | Barkcloth from the Kuba people of DR Congo | These special wraps were worn outside, or on top of, the long dance dresses for added decoration and prestige. | © Tim Hamill

brown - Kuba Barkcloth -Textile - people of DR Congo - Africa - These special wraps were worn outside, or on top of, the long dance dresses for added decoration and prestige.

Africa | A Kuba Woman's piled and embroidered Ceremonial Skirt, Democratic Republic of Congo | circa 1900

A Kuba Woman's piled and embroidered Ceremonial Skirt, Democratic Republic of Congo, circa 1900

Africa | Four Panels from a Ceremonial Skirt from the Kuba peoples (Bushoong group) from the Kasai River region of DR Congo | Raffia palm fiber | 20th century

Africa | Four Panels from a Ceremonial Skirt from the Kuba peoples (Bushoong group) from the Kasai River region of DR Congo | Raffia palm fiber | 20th century

Africa | Detail from Kuba skirt hand woven from the fibers of the Raffia ( Vinifera palm ) | Hand woven in Congo ( formerly Zaire ) by the people of Kuba tribe.

of Congo. Detail from Kuba skirt hand woven from the fibers of the Raffia ( Vinifera palm )

Africa | Kuba skirts, Tcaka, long are cloths made from raffia, from the Ngeende, Bushoong and Ngongo peoples. They incorporate appliqued "patches", embroidered shapes and patterns, openwork, tie-dye, cowrie shells, barkcloth and border elements | © Bobbi Hamill

Kuba cloth made from raffia by the Ngeende, Bushoong & Ngongo peoples of Africa

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