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Michael Mahon Kerchief

$ 34.00


Hanks Kerchiefs 

partnered with the International Irish Tattoo Artist and all-around awesome human, Michael Mahon to create this one-of-a-kind kerchief. When asked her inspiration for the design, she had this to say,

'To me, this design represents the heart and magic of Irish culture; the old country.
Symbolizing eternal love, friendship, loyalty and devotion. Celtic knots have many meanings, but always represent the eternal, with no finite beginning or end. This kerchief brings me both protection and strength, but above all pride!
May it bring you the same sense of comfort and unity, knowing you have a little piece of Ireland in your back pocket.'

“Nì neart go cur le chéile” (strength in unity)

  • 100% cotton & made in the USA, the kerchief / bandana will only get better with age, just like you. Featuring a classic paisley hand drawn print with subtle flower designs.
  • Size: 21" x 21" 
  • Material: 100% Cotton
  • Colors: Green Base, white/black print
  • Give back:  A portion of each sale will help raise money for Homes for our troops. HFOT mission is to build and donate specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post 9/11 veterans, to enable them to rebuild their lives.
  • Care: Machine wash cold, Delicate cycle; no bleach; wash dark colors separately; tumble dry low. Stitching is polyester so iron accordingly.
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  • Made in the USA
  • A card with the maker’s story is included with purchase

  • Maker's Story
    Hanks Kerchiefs
    Los Angeles, California
    Founded in 2018

    The kerchief has been an integral part of Colin Hanks' family for decades. His grandfather always had one in his back pocket, his dad inevitably brought a stack on family vacations, and Colin found himself searching for unique kerchiefs as travel mementos. This familial connection is in large part the foundation for Hanks Kerchiefs. The brand also appreciates the rich cultural history behind the use of a 20” x 20” square of fabric - from 1000 BC as a sun covering, to the Romans signaling the beginning of a chariot race, to the 1900s when it was used to wave good-bye. Whether representing family traditions or creating new ones, Colin hopes these kerchiefs become markers of memorable times in your life.  Be Ready! Proudly made in the USA.  A portion of each sale goes to a designated ­charity.

    Photos: Hanks Kerchiefs | Text: Independent Goods

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