Sally King Benedict Mud Cloth Tray

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Sally King Benedict Mud Cloth Tray

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Sally King Benedict x St. Frank
$725 Sale

This tray brings together the art of Sally King Benedict and our iconic St. Frank mud cloth textile pattern.Sally... READ MORE

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Sally King Benedict x St. Frank

This tray brings together the art of Sally King Benedict and our iconic St. Frank mud cloth textile pattern.Sally King Benedict is a contemporary artist living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. Sally has the ability to create visual texture with a rich, adventurous color palette and expressive linear techniques. She has hand-painted her iconic faces on our trays for this limited edition collaboration. Only 5 pieces of each tray will be produced.

More on our mud cloth: As the name suggests, traditional West African mud cloth 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 and hand-painted by Sally King Benedict.

Please note: this product is made to order. Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.

This item is final sale and cannot be returned.

All orders placed after 2 PM PT will be processed on the next business day.

Provenance

This tray brings together the art of Sally King Benedict and our iconic St. Frank mud cloth textile pattern.Sally King Benedict is a contemporary artist living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. Sally has the ability to create visual texture with a rich, adventurous color palette and expressive linear techniques. She has hand-painted her iconic faces on our trays for this limited edition collaboration. Only 5 pieces of each tray will be produced.

More on our mud cloth: As the name suggests, traditional West African mud cloth 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.