Black Grads Matter Kente Stole (BGM No Year) – Afrocentric

Black Grads Matter Kente Stole (BGM No Year) – Afrocentric

Black Grads Matter Kente Stole (BGM No Year)
  • HAND-WOVEN AFRICAN ART- Sankofa Edition by ADVANSYNC Graduation Stole is hand-woven in Ghana, West Africa by skilled artisans with strict attention to detail – even the embroidery is carefully hand stitched; the perfect graduation gift and keepsake
  • RAYON/COTTON BLEND – Graduation Stole is made of rayon, which holds its color and integrity for many years and cotton which gives it that quality weight and thickness you expect. Makes a great Graduation Gift and keepsake item
  • PERFECTLY SIZED – Graduation stole measures 4.5 inches wide by 72 inches long and is the ideal size for most graduates
  • AUTHENTIC – ADVANSYNC LLC Certificate of Authenticity, Sankofa Edition by ADVANSYNC logo, and Our Daily bread Book included with each stole – avoid cheap imitations

Black Grads Matter Kente Stole (BGM No Year)

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This absolutely perfect Sankofa Edition by ADVANSYNC Kente Cloth Graduation Stole is a beauty to behold. The entire stole is crafted by hand; even the embroidery and lettering is stitched by hand. This Graduation Stole is the perfect accessory to wear on your graduation day.

Cross into this new milestone of your journey embracing a tradition of royalty that is rich in history. The perfectly-sized Graduation Sash measures 4.5 inches wide by 72 inches long and is hand-woven by expert artisans in Ghana, West Africa. You’ll look completely amazing in the rayon/cotton blend Kente Stole while taking pride in knowing that you’re empowering people in an African nation to earn a living.

Every graduate needs a great Graduation Gift, so order one for yourself and a friend. Don’t take chances with your Kente. Be sure that you are wearing genuine Kente by buying from the authentic source.

This Sankofa Edition by ADVANSYNC Brand Kente Stole Combo Pack includes an Our Daily Bread Daily Devotional, Sankofa Edition by ADVANSYNC logo and Certificate of Authenticity.

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