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Inspired by Ankara, a fabric dyeing method created by the Dutch during their colonization of Indonesia in the 1800s to mimic Batik fabrics. These imitation wax­resist fabrics were not successful in competing with traditional Batik fabrics but in West Africa they became popular due to the bold colours and strong prints used. People also liked the slight variances in the fabric which occur as the wax dries and cracks, making no two length of fabric the same. Viscose scarf trimmed with beads and tassels. 190 x 69cm. Hand wash.