A Large Masana Tapestry, c1970, Handmade in Lebowa (now part
of South Africa)- A hand woven tapestry depicting a chief and his
wives in beautifully decorated robes.
Masana Tapestries are individually handwoven by talented
weavers and usually depict tales of mythology, hunting, religion and
festivities, the wool is hand spun and hand dyed, this example is
one of the larger examples and is a stunning work of art.
On the reverse is the label which has faded bearing the title and
the names of the weavers.