WAXPRINT

The African WAX Cotton Print, known as the “African fabric”, is a printed cotton fabric of superior quality, which dates back to the time of the first Europeans in West Africa. Of Indonesian origin, it is made with the technical wax technique used for batik. It was introduced in Africa with the name of Jamaica of the nineteenth century by the soldiers of Ghana, enlisted in the Dutch army of Java. In Cera fabrics Print motives, drawings and printed decorations are always bearers of a message: as in a painting, the African woman freely composes her canvas that reflects moods, moods, needs, whims or simply the extraordinary ability to assemble, with elegance and originality, different patterns and colors. Traditionally the fabric is sold in patches of 6 yards (5.4 m) according to the packaging of the particular three pieces of clothing: will go, blouse and belt for the transport of infants.