Bògòlanfini magnet

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This magnet features a bògòlanfini wrapper design held in the V&A archive. Taking its name from the Mandé word for mud cloth, bògòlanfini is a discharge-dyed textile made by a number of peoples in Mali and Burkina Faso but most associated with the Bamana of Mali.


Detail of Bògòlanfini wrapper
Cotton, natural dye
Mali, probably Bamana, c.1960
V&A: circ.497–1968:
© Victoria and Albert Museum, London


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65mm x 90mm


Paper-wrapped magnet

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