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Kente cloth features many geometric patterns and colors with a specific meaning relative to the history of the Ashanti people located in Ghana.  An interwoven cotton and silk representing national cultural identity, historically the cloth of royalty. This woven pattern dates back to the ancient West African Kingdom from 300 AD to 1600 AD.  It is the most intricate pattern in the world to weave. 

Kente Pattern Line

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