Ecru Classic Mud Cloth

Large Tray

Ecru Classic Mud Cloth

Large Tray

20" L x 14" W x 2" H
Contemporary Handmade
Philippines
$250 $550 Sale

This tray is created by woodwork artisans in the Philippines with our Mud Cloth fabric by the yard, inspired... READ MORE

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Provenance

Contemporary Handmade
Philippines

This tray is created by woodwork artisans in the Philippines with our Mud Cloth fabric by the yard, inspired by our iconic St. Frank Malian textile. As the name suggests, this traditional West African textile is made with fermented mud to produce pigment for dye. The geometric patterns represent animals or other objects from the natural world. Mud cloth was traditionally worn by hunters, offering camouflage, ritual protection, and status. More recently, mud cloth has become a symbol of Malian cultural identity and has been exported as an iconic international textile used in fashion, home design, and fine art.

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Finished with gold metal handles.

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*Please note that as unique, handmade art, no two pieces are ever exactly the same and color varies across monitors. Our website photos are a close representation of this work, but may not be identical to the piece you receive.

Provenance

This tray is created by woodwork artisans in the Philippines with our Mud Cloth fabric by the yard, inspired by our iconic St. Frank Malian textile. As the name suggests, this traditional West African textile is made with fermented mud to produce pigment for dye. The geometric patterns represent animals or other objects from the natural world. Mud cloth was traditionally worn by hunters, offering camouflage, ritual protection, and status. More recently, mud cloth has become a symbol of Malian cultural identity and has been exported as an iconic international textile used in fashion, home design, and fine art.