Woven Kente

Kente, known as nwentoma in Akan, is a type of silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven cloth strips made and native to the Akan ethnic group of Ghana. Kente is made in Akan lands such as the Ashanti Kingdom,[1] including the towns of BonwireAdanwomaseSakora Wonoo, and Ntonso in the Kwabre areas of the Ashanti Region.[2] This fabric is worn by almost every Ghanaian tribe. Kente comes from the word kenten, which means basket in the Asante dialect of Akan.

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K0001

GHS175.00

K0002

GHS175.00

K0003

GHS175.00

K0004

GHS405.00

K0005

GHS75.00

K0006

GHS75.00

K0007

GHS750.00

K0008

GHS290.00

K0009

GHS1,300.00

Complete Kente Set

k0010

GHS1,300.00

COMPLETE KENTE SET

K0011

GHS1,300.00

COMPLETE KENTE SET

K0012

GHS1,300.00

COMPLETE KENTE SET

K0013

GHS1,000.00

COMPLETE SET OF KENTE

K0016

GHS400.00

COMPLET KENTE SET 

k0014

GHS1,300.00

COMPLETE KENTE SET

k0015

GHS1,300.00

COMPLETE KENTE SET

k0017

GHS1,300.00

COMPLETE KENTE SET

k0018

GHS1,300.00

COMPLETE KENTE SET

k0019

GHS1,300.00

COMPLETE KENTE SET

k0020

GHS1,300.00

COMPLETE KENTE SET