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Medieval Knight/King Blue Costume Tunic (Toddler Size) - Availab

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Medieval Knight/King Blue Costume Tunic (Toddler Size) - Availab

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Size:Toddler (2-4y)

Our adorable Medieval Knight/King costume tunic is handmade of Eco-friendly felt with a silver tie belt and gold castle on a matching silver shield. Available in a variety of colors and sizes.

TUNIC SIZE CHART:

Baby: 9” wide and 12” long. (6-24 months)
Toddler: 11” wide and 16” long. (2-4 years)
Kids: 12” wide and 18” long. (4-9 years)
Big Kids: 16” wide and 24” long (10-16 years)

Adult Small: 16” wide and 24” long.
Adult Large: 18” wide and 24” long.
Adult XL: 22” wide and 26” long.
Adult XXL: 24” wide and 30” long.

Medieval Knight/King Blue Costume Tunic (Toddler Size) - Availab

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Friendship cannot exist “between the well-fed, prosperous / and the lean and down-and-out in the world,” states the Panchatantra, a collection of Indian animal fables from around the third century bc. In one story, when a crow tries to befriend a mole after witnessing his impressive skill in escaping from hunters’ traps, the mole exclaims, “You are the eater; I am the food. What kind of friendship can exist between us?”

Real friends offer both hard truths and soft landings.

—Anna Quindlen, 2012

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