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Africa | A Ketfiya from the southern mountain region of Tunisia. || Worn around the shoulders to protect a woman's dress from the oil in her hair.

Fine ethnic and tribal art, textiles and jewelry from Africa, Indonesia, Oceania, Asia and the Americas - Zena Kruzick Tribal Art.

Africa | Head cloth ~ keftiya ~ from South Tunisia | 20th century | Wool, cotton; Plain woven, supplementary weft, fringed, resist dyed

Africa | Head cloth ~ keftiya ~ from South Tunisia | 20th century | Wool, cotton; Plain woven, supplementary weft, fringed, resist dyed

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View this item and discover similar quilts and blankets for sale at - Berber women of southern Tunisia wear a square or rectangular shawl as a head and upper body covering. They are woven of wool with supplementary cotton

Africa | Woman's ceremonial mantle ~ baqnouq ~ from the Zlass people of the Kairouan region of Tunisia | Wool and cotton | Early 20th century

Africa | Woman's ceremonial mantle ~ baqnouq ~ from the Zlass people of the Kairouan region of Tunisia | Wool and cotton | Early 20th century

Africa | Floor rug from Oudref, Tunisia | ca. 1930-40 | Wool and cotton; supplementary weft, interlocking tapestry woven.

Africa | Floor rug from Oudref, Tunisia | ca. 1930-40 | Wool and cotton; supplementary weft, interlocking tapestry woven.

Africa | Shawl ~ bakhung ~ from the Berber people living in Kairouan, Tunisia | ca. early to mid 20th century | Wool and cotton

Red African shawl ~ bakhung ~ from the Berber people living in Kairouan, Tunisia

Africa | This mushtia shawl is from Jbiniana, a village between Sfax and Mediha, in Tunisia. |  Spots of orange henna accent the complex bands of white, black and red wool. | Early to mid-20th century.

Mushtia shawl from Jbiniana, a village between Sfax and Mediha, in Tunisia. Spots of orange henna accent the complex bands of white, black and red wool.

An ajar from Matmata, Tunisia.  It measures  41" wide by 82" high.      zkta.com

ajar from Matmata, Tunisia. It measures wide by high.

Africa | Woman's ceremonial mantle (baqnouq). |  Zlass people.  Tunisia, Kairouan region. | Wool and cotton.  | Early 20th century

Woman's ceremonial mantle (baqnouq), Zlass people, Early century, Dallas Museum of Art

Africa | Shawl from Djerba, Tunisia | Cotton, silk and metallic thread; with a central pattern on white squares on a brick-red background, the lower part richly embroidered with horizontal bands of abstract decoration worked in metallic threads with thin stripes

Africa | Shawl from Djerba, Tunisia | Cotton, silk and metallic thread; with a central pattern on white squares on a brick-red background, the lower part richly embroidered with horizontal bands of abstract decoration worked in metallic threads with thin stripes

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