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Bandana gardian mosca beige

Bandana gardian mosca beige

Regular price $20.00 USD
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The essential accessory for our Camargue cowboys, the herdsmen. Made from light and flowing cotton voile, this bandana can be tied traditionally or with a leather ring for a more modern wear. Its slightly irregular Gipsy Polka Dot pattern, with Andalusian influence, comes from deposited archive drawings.

100% cotton voile • Square 60x60 cm • Mosca print from registered archive designs • European manufacturing • Wash at 40° • Machine drying not recommended • Ironing at 200°

History of Indian women:

“Indiennes” are painted or printed fabrics made in Europe between the 17th century and the 19th century. The name “Indienne” comes from the Indian trading posts from which they were initially imported. In India, textile printing is a craft with age-old know-how that is passed down from generation to generation. ...+

History of gardian fashion :

The gardian (word of Provençal origin) is the guardian of a Camargue manade, namely a herd of bulls or horses raised in semi-freedom and belonging to a manadier (breeder). In the rural world of 19th century France, the herdsman was none other than a cowherd on horseback and dressed like the peasants of the time. ...+

DELIVERY AND RETURN

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Delivery :

In mainland France, home delivery by Colissimo or at a relay point by Mondial Relay. Free shipping from 150€.

Europe by Chronopost.

World by Colissimo.

Free in-store pickup.

Return policy ( see GTS ).

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