This heritage design from the 1960s is also known as Bunch of Bananas and Coquillage, which means shell in English. In Togo this design is known as Abobo To Lé Gomè, which means ‘the snail out of its shell’. In a village called Abobo, they celebrate the Abobozan festival in September each year. During the festival, snail dishes are enjoyed by locals and the snail fabric is a popular choice.
- Guaranteed Real Dutch Wax Block Print
- 100% cotton / 120 gr/m²
- The photo shown is 91,4 x 120 cm (1 yard piece)
- Known as: Kwadu Sa, Mopandzi, Bunch of Bananas, Helmet
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