the iconic navy and white striped
breton shirt was created in 1858 by
the act of france as the uniform for
french seamen. it was said that sailors
wearing the distinctive block pattern of
stripes could be easily spotted in the sea
if they fell overboard. today these shirts
are a wardrobe staple.
boat neck, long sleeves, close fitting.
white stripe on navy
100% cotton interlock (medium weight)
made in france
essential decoration for pirate parties. a generous double-sided skull and crossbone flag on a rustic bamboo pole. flag 43 x 29cm pole 60cm warning: this is not a toy, for decorative...
leather-like eye patch and adhesive-backed moustache. perfect for finishing off a pirate outfit.
OUT OF STOCK - £4.00
black wood and cork pirate pop gun. fun and safe for little pirates. 21 cm