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Adire is the name given to indigo dyed cloth made byYoruba women of SW Nigeria .

Adire is the name given to indigo dyed cloth made byYoruba women of SW Nigeria .

Yoruba Indigo Resist-dye Adire Eleko Cloth

Yoruba Indigo Resist-dye Adire Eleko Cloth

Africa | Adire electro cotton wrapper from the Yoruba people of western Nigeria | "Coronation, Jubilee or Oloba" design; Stencil start resist and indigo dyed cotton | ca. 1950s/60s

Africa | Adire electro cotton wrapper from the Yoruba people of western Nigeria | "Coronation, Jubilee or Oloba" design; Stencil start resist and indigo dyed cotton | ca. 1950s/60s

Africa | An Adire cloth wrapper from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Mid 20th century | Cotton and locally made indigo dye.

Africa | An Adire cloth wrapper from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Mid 20th century | Cotton and locally made indigo dye.

Africa | Adire cloth from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | ca. 1950s | Cotton; indigo resist

Africa | Adire cloth from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | ca. 1950s | Cotton; indigo resist

Africa | Detail from an Adire cloth from Nigeria | ca. 1970s | Cotton, plain weave. Patterned with hand drawn starch resist, indigo dyed.

Africa | Detail from an Adire cloth from Nigeria | ca. 1970s | Cotton, plain weave. Patterned with hand drawn starch resist, indigo dyed.

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