This shirt was hand stamped. It features the Gye Nyame symbol of the Akan people. The Akan empire was based in present-day Ghana and the symbol loosely means "except for God". The symbol expresses the omnipotence of God. In the Akan scheme of things, God (Nyame) is omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient. This symbol is by far the most popular in present-day Ghana. It is the most popular for use in decoration and even clothing. Add this to your little one's collection. It can be worn by girls or boys and styled to suit the gender of the child. The shirt is meant to fit a 2 - 4-year-old. It is 16" long from the shoulder to the bottom seam and 19" from sleeve hem to sleeve hem.
Fiber Content: 100% preshrunk cotton (View Fabric Guide)