Towel / Blanket-Ram's Horn (Strength)

Size 100x180cm
Color White / Turqouise
Material %100 cotton
Care Wash before or after use as per the care label
Region Denizli

Yarn dyed jacquard.

Super absorbent and soft.

Special weaving to have one side flat and one side terry for drying your body at beach or pool.

Beach or picnic blanket.

As throw or blanket at home.

A Matter of Power in Africa 

Dwennimmen is one of the symbols that are called Adinkra by the Akan people who live on the west coast of Africa. It symbolizes humility as well as power and strength. A ram, who is a fierce warrior, also submits humbly to slaughter. The Akan people use this symbol beside masculine power to remind the necessity of humbleness.

It is a Matter of…

Although the dimensions of power and strength vary, sometimes the outcome of bragging about this power may not be magnificent. Never forget to be naïve as well as being strong. For example make love with this power rather than war. We are certain that you will earn more.

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