KENTE Pattern!

Kente, originally discovered by the Ashanti Tribe of Ghana, West Africa. It is a symbol of African Arts, Culture and Royalty. One of the most recognisable symbols of Ghana, kente, an Asante ceremonial cloth, represents numerous aspects of Ghanaian ethical, philosophical, social and religious heritage through variations in colour and pattern" - Timeout.com (A Buyer's Guide to Kente Cloth). 
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In spite of the proliferation of both the hand-woven and machine-printed kente, the design is still regarded as a symbol of social prestige, nobility, and cultural sophistication - smarthistory.org (Kente Cloth).
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Kente is more than just a cloth. It is an iconic visual representation of the history, philosophy, ethics, oral literature, religious belief, social values, and political thought of West Africa.