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Guinea Fowl

The common African guinea fowls are drawn in Indonesian batik style, as are the motifs that frame them. This pattern is one of the many examples of the fusing of different decorations and subjects from different cultures.

Also known as: Ataka Mahasada, Akon fem (Ghana), Poule de Pintade, Hibata, SaheĢ (Togo), Sahegan (large guinea fowl, Benin)

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Akon fem

This fabric is called "Akon fem". Do you know the story behind it?

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Ataka Mahasada

This fabric is called "Ataka Mahasada". Do you know the story behind it?

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Poule de Pintade

This fabric is called "Poule de Pintade". Do you know the story behind it?

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Hibata

This fabric is called "Hibata". Do you know the story behind it?

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