Mud cloth or bògòlanfini is an African cloth tradition that dates back to the 12th century. Its name derives from “bogo” meaning earth or mud, “lan” meaning with, and “fini” meaning cloth. It is a beautifully handmade Malian fabric dyed using a process of fermented mud, giving it its namesake.
Textiles express the individuality of a place in the most unique way. Add an element of style to any space with these throw pillows, accessories rich in history and tradition.
Dimension: 22 x 22 inches
2 in stock