Rialto, California United States | On WeBuyBlack since 2018

100% Silk African Designed Necktie, Hanky and Cufflink Combo Set - Kente

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NEW and one of a kind!!!

Within this Brown, Black, Gold, Burgundy 100% Woven Silk Tie Set with the symbols representing STRENGTH!!! When one wears this tie there is a non-verbal message of toughness, resiliency, power and superiority. This tie is also known as, “The Power Tie.” This design is intricately woven fabric with a tonal design weave that creates an effect of a "shadow" pattern to create a distinctive look.

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These distinctive colors are best known and most recognized as, “Kente.”

Each color symbolizes meaning:

Gold: Royalty, Wealth, Spiritual Purity

Yellow: Royalty, Wealth, Holy, Precious

Green: Harvest, Growth, Spiritual Renewal

Red: Blood, Strong Political & Spiritual Feelings

Brown: Mother Earth, Healing

Black: Maturation, Spirits of the Ancestors

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