Badges of the Brave Basotho Blanket (Black and Blue). "The Badges of the Brave" genuine Basotho Blanket is part of the Victoria England range. The design originates from the late 1800's when Queen Victoria visited then Basotholand and bestowed upon King Lerotholi Letsie the gift of a blanket. The "Badges of the Brave" blanket was created to symbolize bravery and courage and is often given to women who give birth to sons, and to young boys entering manhood.

The "Badges of the Brave" blanket was created to symbolize bravery and courage and is often given to women who give birth to sons, and to young boys entering manhood.

Badges of the Brave Basotho Blanket (Yellow and Blue). "The Badges of the Brave" genuine Basotho Blanket is part of the Victoria England range. The design originates from the late 1800's when Queen Victoria visited then Basotholand and bestowed upon King Lerotholi Letsie the gift of a blanket. The "Badges of the Brave" blanket was created to symbolize bravery and courage and is often given to women who give birth to sons, and to young boys entering manhood.

The "Badges of the Brave" blanket was created to symbolize bravery and courage and is often given to women who give birth to sons, and to young boys entering manhood.

Seana Marena Basotho Blanket. Considered the most prestigious of Basotho Blankets, the Seana Marena, "Poone" or "mielie" design shows cobs of corns. Corn, being synonymous with harvest and health, is used in the design to symbolize fertility and also wealth.

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