Kente- Indigo & Mud – Fabric by Meter
*Item Only Available For Customers Outside South Africa*
This design is influenced by Ghanaian Kente cloth. Kente cloth is a prominent and esteemed textile in Africa, associated with high social status and cultural sophistication. It is also known as nwentoma, or “woven cloth” in Asante.
This African pattern with 75% Coverage lends itself to upholstering and curtaining. The design is multi-directional.
Detailed Design Information
Rub Count: 21000
Print Repeat: 65.5cm
Design Repeat: (Horizontal) 33cm
Design Repeat: (Vertical) 26cm
Coverage (%): 75%
Base Fabric – Code (FAB)
This fabric is a linen/cotton mix with high durability making it suitable for upholstery, curtaining.
Fabric composition: Linen/cotton mix
- + Shipping & Taxes
- International orders take approximately 14 days via FedEx. (If we have your order in stock it may arrive earlier)
- Local Shipping: Your order will arrive within 7 days within South African borders. VAT is included in your order.
- Duties/Taxes Some countries (excluding USA) may add import duties and taxes to incoming packages from South Africa. It is up to you, the customer, to know about and to pay for the shipping taxes in your own country. Carole Nevin is not responsible for any additional costs accrued from custom taxation or abandoned packages. By placing an order you agree to these terms.
- + Care Instructions
- 40°C Machine wash on a short/hand-wash cycle.
- Do not tumble dry.
- Use only a small amount of delicate soap powder.
- To avoid abrasion do not wash in a full load.
- Iron on the reverse side.
- Do not spot clean with harsh detergents.
- + Notes
- We specialise in custom orders, if you would like to order a tablecloth in a different size please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- We hand-print only on natural cotton and linens therefore due to the nature of the fabric/monitor differences colour variations may occur.
- We have used eco-friendly pigments bases in the creation of this product.
- Colours may fade overtime if fabric is exposed to extended periods of harsh sunlight.
- Slight shrinkage may occur.