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featured from the etsy shop Baganus

Batik tunic Haile Selassie Hand painted red Sz. L-XL

From BAGANUS

Batik tunic Haile Selassie Hand painted red  Sz. L-XL zoom Batik tunic Haile Selassie Hand painted red  Sz. L-XL Batik tunic Haile Selassie Hand painted red  Sz. L-XL Batik tunic Haile Selassie Hand painted red  Sz. L-XL This Batik Red Selassie 100% cotton tunic is Individually hand drawn hand-painted & hand-dyed using traditional beeswax and non-toxic, eco-friendly fiber-reactive dyes which means the color has gone into the fibers of the garment and will last just as long.
The design is a permanent part of the fabric – not a print!

Easy care: Machine wash and dry only!

Available sizes:
Women L- XL

Please let us know your size and color in the “notes to seller” section at check out.

If you like to know more about this design….
Haile Selassie is a defining figure in both Ethiopian and African history.
Haile Selassie was Ethiopia’s regent from 1916 to 1930 and Emperor of Ethiopia from 1930 to 1974.
At the League of Nations in 1936, the Emperor condemned the use of chemical weapons by Italy against his people.
His internationalist views led to Ethiopia becoming a charter member of the United Nations, and his political thought and experience in promoting multilateralism and collective security have proved seminal and enduring.His suppression of rebellions among the nobles as well as what some perceived to be Ethiopia’s failure to modernize adequately, earned him criticism among some contemporaries and historians…

Thanks for taking a peek inside Baganus!

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