The Maasai Plaid Tartan African Tribal Throw Blanket
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The Maasai Plaid Tartan Throw a unique and fabled throw with a unique history and cultural background that will amaze and inspire you
Did You Know: The Maasai of Kenya and Tanzania has inspired this unique Plaid Tartan Throw. With a timeless history steeped in tradition and culture, these warriors of the great African savannah are recognized by the unique shape of the shield and matching symbolic headgear.
The Maasai warrior is of great importance as a source of pride in the Maasai culture.
The Maasai warrior is of great importance as a source of pride in the Maasai culture. To be a Maasai is to be born into one of the world's last great warrior cultures.
The cloth used to wrap around the body is called Shúkà, and the word Maasai means "the speaker of the language Maa."
The Maasai plaid tartan throw has a warm homely look that may stir up nostalgia as you recall yesteryear's country picnics or the table cloths at your favorite Italian or French restaurant.
Some might even recall the movie "Braveheart" or Scottish clans wearing traditional tartan kilts. Yes, tartan fits into much of life's beauty, and it's almost like relating to Shakespearian plays.
The Maasai tribe of East Africa is Africa's last great warrior tribe, and they revere tartan as it is part of their cultural heritage. The Maasai dress in Shuka cloth is very similar to the tartan that most western people associate with samplings of western culture.
The Maasai Plaid Tartan Throw is Soft, delicate warmth.
The Maasai plaid tartan throw is called Shuka in their language, which appropriately means "body wrapping" that is lightweight and so very comfortable, making this red and old royal throw ideal to wrap around your shoulders when you need a warm embrace to lift your spirit.
The Maasai Plaid Tartan Throw is Durable and easy to care for.
Maasai plaid tartan throws are durable, a standard that has always been non-negotiable, making these magnificent throws ideal for indoor and outdoor use, and as a bonus, they are pet and child-friendly.
Modern-day Maasai plaid tartan throws can be popped into the washing machine using a cold, gentle wash cycle and then line dried.
Spills can be wiped down with a soft, damp cloth to avoid potential staining.
The Maasai plaid tartan throw is sustainably and ethically made in South Africa.
They are hypoallergenic microfiber throws with a single-faced dobby weave.
An important point to note is that no toxic dyes or chemicals are used to create these fine works of art that keep on delivering.
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