Chief Joseph Robe Blanket - Black
Chief Joseph Robe Blanket - Black

Chief Joseph Robe Blanket - Black

SKU: P-ZD411-51105

Regular price$399.00
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Pendleton Woolen Mills began producing its Chief Joseph Blanket in the 1920s and hasn't looked back. The superior quality and design of this blanket is evident in its continued popularity after all these years. The patterned design on the Chief Joseph blanket commemorates the heroism of one of the great warrior, whose Nez Perce name translates to Thunder Rolling Down Hill. Arrowheads symbolize bravery and point in all directions of Mother Earth. The robe-sized blanket is preferred by indigenous for ceremonial purposes, and is perfect for wrapping around yourself or folding on a sofa. Like all of Pendleton's blankets, the Chief Joseph Blanket is made in the US. 

  • Dry Clean only.
  • Material: 82% Pure Virgin Wool and 18% Cotton Napped Felt Bound. 
  • Color:  Black
  • Size:  64” x 80”
  • *Special Order Item.  You will receive your order in approximately 3 weeks

 

 

Important Information regarding COVID-19:

Due to the COVID pandemic, we may experience product shortage or shipping delays from time to time. Please be aware of this when ordering your products. We do have limited product available.

Processing and shipping times

All orders are processed in 1-2 business days.  An email with tracking information will be sent once your order is shipped.

Where do you ship to?

Gifting products are shipped across Canada. Ceremonial Tobacco can be shipped to Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba locations.

 What shipping methods do you offer?

Our shipping options include Canada Post and major courier services to most areas of Canada.  Same day delivery within Calgary, AB city limits is available upon request, to orders@imagination.ca.

Do you ship internationally?

We do not ship to locations outside of Canada at this time.

What is your return policy?

Ceremonial Tobacco and Gifting items purchased from the Imagination online store can be returned in new, unworn condition with all tags and original packaging within 90 days of purchase. Refunds will be processed to the original payment type less shipping costs.

How do I initiate a return?

Click email orders@imagination.ca to initiate a return.

Once your return is received at our warehouse, processing and inspection typically takes 3-5 business days to complete. During certain high-volume times of the year, processing times may be longer. Once completed, you will be notified by email of your return status.

When ordering 6 or more blankets, you have the option to decorate your blanket with a logo or message for an added cost. Set up fees may apply.

Embroidery Style Options: Full Color, Tone on Tone, Single Color, Embossed Leather Patch

Logo Position: Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right, Centre

Logo File Type Required: .AI or .EPS only

Production Time: 3 – 4 Weeks

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