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Hamsa tops and tees v-neck heather gray Hand of Fatima batik hand painted Eco friendly - Ethically made product -

Our Batik Hamsa top is 100% cotton, individually hand painted.
-Great appearance,super soft heather gray cotton top with vivid & long lasting colors -
We use traditional tjanting pen loaded with molten soy wax to trace the outline in every design and a batch of non-toxic water based dyes during our batik process.
The Hamsa design is a permanent part of the garment's fiber. It is not a printed graphic t shirt.

Made in USA /Fair Trade / Ethically made product.

Easy care: Machine wash and dry.

Thanks for visiting us!
Baganus team.-

If you like to know more about this design....
The hamsa is a Middle Eastern symbol dating back to prehistoric times designed to give protection from the evil eye, bad luck that results from the attention or jealousy of others. Today it shows up in both Jewish and Muslim culture.

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Hamsa tops and tees v neck heather gray Hand of Fatima batik hand painted Eco friendly/ Ethically made product

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Color: Gray
  • Materials: organic soap, love, recycled water, recycled paper, cotton threads, water based dyes, eco friendly dyes, palm tree thread tags, brand tags, soy wax, high quality non toxic dyes, tjanting pen, batik tie dye
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 811 reviews
  • Favorited by: 97 people