Teresa Lavendar Long Sleeve Pajamas


Our Teresa design is unique to Pax Philomena and is inspired by a beautiful Victorian tile detail that Jean Marie saw in her visit to one of Mother Teresa's Homes for the poor in Kolkata. This colourway is named lavendar and resembles the original tile closely.

Calcutta ( named so by the British ) was the capital of British India and is filled with amazing Victorian architecture most of which has not been restored. It is our founder Jean Marie's birthplace and is known as the City of JOY.

Clearly this beautiful Victorian building where Jean Marie noticed this Victorian tile detail was donated to Mother Teresa by a kind patron. Pax Philomena hopes one day to do the same and currently contributes to Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity Home for the poor in Phoenix, Arizona. Mother Teresa herself founded this home in 1989.

These pajamas are generously cut and true to size. The pants have an adjustable drawstring waist. They come packaged in a nice gift bag that can be used for sundries.

 S=4-6, M=8-10, L=12-14, XL=16-18 Fit is loose for comfort

100% cotton, delicate or hand wash cold, hang dry.

Made in India

This fabric is block printed by hand, creating subtle variations in the pattern. Each piece is a unique work of art worthy of honor and celebration.

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