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Ocher throw in pure cotton bogolan - WURA

Ocher throw in pure cotton bogolan - WURA

Tous nos articles sont réalisés entièrement à la main à partir de fibres naturelles tissées et teintes de manière éco-responsable.

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Available Sizes

- Approximately 144 x 118 cm
- Our handcrafted products are unique and therefore likely to present slight variations in dimensions and colors, testimony to their authentic character.


Bogolan 100% organic cotton woven and painted by hand in Mali in the region of Ségou


- These living fabrics acquire a patina over time and over washing.
- Dry cleaning recommended.
- Hand or machine wash cold, short and delicate cycle possible.
- Wash alone or with similar colors.
- No soaking at the risk of bleeding the natural dyes.
- Dry flat in the open air. Do not tumble dry

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Delivery and returns

Orders are generally prepared within 1 to 3 working days,  excluding busy periods or holidays.
We focus on using sustainable materials such as organic cotton and kraft paper, thereby reducing plastic waste in our packaging.
You'll have 14 days from receipt to request a return.

In pure Malian cotton, entirely spun, woven and dyed by hand, the bogolan of the WURA throw is spectacular: graphic, ethnic and in a luminous golden ocher hue.

Its noble material, 100% natural, combined into fine strips sewn in the pure tradition of West African artisanal weaving, is enhanced by the traditional freehand designs.

The satin stitch finishing of its edges elegantly underlines the artisanal origin of this unique piece.

Timeless, eminently easy to harmonize in your home or to give as a gift, the WURA throw from Studio Matongé is a unique piece handmade in Belgium from 100% cotton bogolan fabrics artisanally woven in Mali in the Ségou region.
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Any irregularities such as discolorations, pattern variations, design and paint stains, etc. are not defects, but testify to the unique character of our creations and this ancestral textile craftsmanship that we wish to promote

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Raw and refined, bogolan in all its forms

- The incomparable texture of hand-spun organic cotton.
- Our cotton is as close as possible to its natural state. Unbleached, rinsed with water and dyed using natural, vegetable or mineral pigments, it can still sometimes contain small fragments of cotton plane in its weaving.
- Ethnic and timeless patterns loaded with symbols that tell a story