Mud cloth or 'Bogolanfini' is a handmade Malian cotton fabric dyed using a process of fermented mud that dates back to 12th century.
Committed to supporting artisans around the globe, we believe handmade matters.
Sourcing old and new, there is a charm in a piece crafted or created. Unique imperfections make it beautiful– it celebrates the human hands that have made it.
Far more than simply the materials – handmade artisanal wares have an authenticity and joy. Their story is shaped by the heart, imagination and local traditions of the artist who made them.
We have gathered this collection together because we fall in love with each and every piece and want to bring it home.
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