Object Place: Ghana
Overall: 340.4 x 218.4 cm (134 x 86 in.)
Medium or Technique
Cotton plain weave, hand-stamped with badie bark dye and embroidered with silk (strip woven)
Not On View
Man’s wrapper of white cotton trade cloth Adrinka stamped with black dye from badie bark with the design osrane which stands for the Ghanaian proverb, “It takes the moon some time to go round the nation.” Embroidered with polychrome silk between bands of cotton.
Purchased from Baba Muhama, Accra, Ghana by the MFA, February 23, 2005
Museum purchase with funds donated by Jeremy and Hanne Grantham