100% silk twill scarf (90 x 90 cm)
Color: seal brown/sinopia/shiny shamrock/sizzling red/terra cotta/true blue/rich black

Designed by Yaw Tony
Ref. : 0-2316-B73722
Limited edition of 5

Proverb: ‘Dwenini ahoɔden ne n’aben; wopan n’aben a na woayi no, awie no.’
The strength of the ram lies in its horns, once they are plucked off, then it is caught in a trap. Dwenini refers to a ‘ram’ and it signifies humility. Aben also refers to Horns it also signifies strength. Therefore ram’s horn means humility and strength (Rattray: 267). The symbol stresses humility in every aspect of life, to learn and acquire knowledge. It discourages people from being arrogant but rather humble in order to accomplish all their endeavors. This is a symbol of humility and strength.

Extract from Cultural Symbolism in Asante Traditional Textiles by ABRAHAM EKOW ASMAH

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Preserve the integrity and beauty of your silk by storing it flat and untied. Avoid contact with rain, water and other chemicals such as petroleum-based cleaners (synthetic/neutral detergent), and entrust it to a professional dry cleaner only. Press lightly on the back of the silk with a cool iron.
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