This Kente Cloth is called Sika Futuro which translates to "Gold Dust". It was created for a King who wanted to be clothed in gold. Because it would be impractical to wear gold, the weaver who created this design weaved gold threads into the pattern. This kente cloth, which can take a Master Weaver up to 4 hours to weave by hand, is rich in meaning and symbolism - carrying a pattern and design that has been passed on for hundreds of years.
- Read about what the kente patterns mean (new window)
Be sure that you are wearing genuine Handwoven Kente Cloth by buying directly from us. This Sankofa Edition™ Brand Kente Stole is made in Ghana and provides income to hundreds of skilled workers. Each package includes a Certificate of Authenticity and Sankofa Edition™ logo medallion sticker.