Our Kuba Bracelets are inspired by African Kuba patterns. Kuba cloth is a type of textiles that are handwoven in the Kuba Kingdom of Central Africa. The Kuba Kingdom is located in present-day Democratic Republic of the Congo and is known for its rich cultural heritage, including its textiles. The Kuba people are known for their intricate and decorative cloth, which is woven from raffia palm fibers. The Kuba cloth is characterized by its geometric patterns, which are created using a variety of weaving techniques, such as supplemental weft wrapping, brocade, and embroidery.