“Òfì” (Garment of Nobility) is variably referred to as Aso-Ofi or Aso Oke. A prestigious cotton hand-processed fabric with cultural relevance strongly linked to the Yorubas of western Nigeria and dates back to circa the 15th century. The status-clad symbolic relevance of the “Òfì” is still evident in contemporary Yoruba culture in spite of its evolution through modernity. The Aso-Ofi was a valued piece of fabric with cultural variations symbolizing different Yoruba ethnicities and high status.
Net Weight: 240g / 8.5 oz
Approximate Burn Time: 60 hours