Kente cloth is one the oldest and most widely-used African textiles, both for its vibrant appearance, craftsmanship and its cultural significance. Kente cloth is traditionally made from hand-woven strips of fabrics which is woven into varying symbols and patterns using different colors. Spectrum Arts Gallery LLC features the hand-woven blue Kente cloth for sale, either for display or for use. Kente cloth is used today as a symbol of African heritage and culture, especially representing West Africa. Originally arising from the Ashanti Empire in West Africa near present-day Ghana, the use of Kente cloth has been adopted by many African nations and cultures, and it also used in many other nations as a symbol of African heritage.