Vintage African Kuba Cloth 4 Textile Wall Art
Bring a singular touch to your wall decor with this one-of-a-kind cloth from Congo. The word Kuba means lighting and refers to the blades once used by Kuba warriors. Each cloth is handcrafted using traditional techniques—first woven on a small loom, then embroidered with their tactile design—before being floated in a walnut frame for a truly unique piece of textile wall art.
- made to order items are not returnable
- Ships in: 6 weeks
- artist name: ZBC House
- Artist Bio: ZBC House collections are original artworks created in the ZBC studio by a team of resident artists led by creative directors Caitlin Dinkins and Minh Nguyen. The paintings are scanned, printed, and treated by hand multiple times on heavy rag paper with a final overlay of paint, ink, stain, and metallic leaf. All ZBC House pieces are signed and numbered in editions of 100, with an embossed authenticity label and framed with bespoke locally milled walnut, richly lacquered, or gilded frames.
- material: Raffia palm, Linen
- frame material: Walnut Wood
- construction: One of a Kind African Kuba Cloth floated on linen in a Curved Walnut Frame
- type of glass: Picture Frame Grade Acrylic
- Suitable For Bathroom Use
- mounting options: Can hang horizontal or vertical
- mounting hardware included
- ready to hang: Yes
- Made In: Los Angeles, CA
- D-Ring Hangers
- Overall Dimensions: 36" W x 31"L x 2"D
- Wipe with soft cloth
Handcrafted products feature handcraft, labor-intensive practices in their production.
Responsibly sourced materials are grown, collected, and manufactured according to fundamental environmental, social, and ethical accountability benchmarks.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are airborne chemicals that are released during the manufacturing of furniture. Non-toxic and low VOC furniture is scientifically proven to meet some of the most rigorous third-party chemical emissions standards, typically GREENGUARD Certification. These products help reduce indoor air pollution and the risk of chemical exposure while aiding in creating healthier indoor environments.