A Kuba chief from the Royal Kuba Kingdom of DR Congo wears a skirt of 2-3 meters, made of panels of hand woven palm-fiber cloth, gathered around the hips and folded over a belt. This skirt features an embroidered overlay and a lavish display of palm fiber tassles. Kuba cloth has been famous since the 15th century and so highly valued that it was once used as currency across Central Africa. 2011
C-Print: Chromira Digital Archive Prints on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, hand-signed by the artists, Print Sheets Sizes are listed, Prints are unmatted/unmounted.
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