In the Bambara language, spoken in Mali, the word bògòlanfini is a composition of three words. Bogo, meaning “earth” or “mud,” lan, meaning “with” and fini, meaning “cloth.” The word is translated as “mud cloth”.
Traditional Mudcloth is special for so many reasons. Each piece is unique, with their symbols telling a unique story. This secret language of the cloth was passed down from mother to daughter and now to you.
Please note that you will be acquiring a handmade and hand dyed piece using antique looms and natural dyes. For this reason, could be some imperfections in the shapes or pattern which we love as it make each pillow cover authentic one of a kind pieces.
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