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Kingdom of Klah The Accordion of Unexpected Fortunes Men’s Stonewash Tee


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100% cotton handprinted t-shirt (150 GSM), produced under ethical working conditions & printed in New Zealand using environmentally friendly, organic inks.

Accompanied by the Accordion of Unexpected Fortunes story-card.

Sizing guide in images.


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Edgar came across the accordion in a park. The park was strange and mysterious; the trees did not move in time with the wind, nor the light with the sun. Certain leaves were seen to glint of their own accord, one after the other, and it was suspected they were sending coded messages – about what no one could ever quite be sure, other than that the whole business was strange and mysterious. Therefore Edgar wasn’t particularly surprised when he tripped over the accordion, partly as his toes were very large and he tripped over a lot, and partly because the park was so peculiar. He was slightly more surprised to pick up the accordion, and, after only three dud notes, find himself playing wondrous songs he had never heard before – especially as he had been told (frequently) that he had the musical ability of a goat with no ears. He sang always the same words, but somehow different things began to happen to the people who listened. One woman grew a tremendously large nose, which Edgar felt terrible about until he discovered she then went off to make her fortune as a famous moustache model. An old man who stopped to listen suddenly developed superb hearing in his elbow and became a highly successful spy, casually leaning against walls and surrepticiously recording surreptitious conversations. A third listener, a young lady, grew a dense layer of fur over her body, which enabled her to continue living in a mountain cave whilst she finished her best-selling book, “Culinary Skills and Table Manners of Yetis.” The accordion became known as the Accordion of Unexpected Fortunes, and Edgar and his accordion, rather unexpectedly, and most fortuitously, quickly became sought after.

100% cotton handprinted t-shirt (150 GSM), produced under ethical working conditions & printed in New Zealand using environmentally friendly, organic inks.

Accompanied by Accordion of Unexpected Fortunes story-card.

Sizing guide in images.

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The Kingdom of Klah is an island of mysterious splendor, exotic beasts and curious tales, known for many things: their unbeatable walrus-riding team (possibly unbeatable as they are the only country to partake in the sport), their breed of native singing cats, several unusual national dishes such as “fresh fig and lettuce pie” and “eggs with egg jam”, and of course, the splendid natural scenery of the small island nation, from fierce snowcapped mountains to lakes with water and trees with leaves.

Since 2012 they have been releasing Official Royal Garments in celebration of their magnificent country. Each item has been designed and written about by the Kingdom’s Master Artist Nina van der Voorn, who lives halfway between the Kingdom of Klah, an estuary in the top of the South Island, and then sometimes Europe, because three halves make a whole in Klah. “Life is pretty klah-riffic”, she says.

Sir Cecil Slipperfoot has been the Ambassador of Klah for a number of years and is widely known in the Kingdom for his voluminous hair, splendid boots, and for the time he famously won the Klah National High Jump Championships while clad in a bejewelled bearskin. He is passionate about quality cotton garments that are produced in certified ethical conditions, and one day aspires to design and produce a line of cotton head-to-slipper bodysuits, called SLIPPERHEAD. At the moment he has to be satisfied with the quality garments Kingdom of Klah currently provides. “And I am stupendously satisfied with these”, he says.

The Royal Master Artist 

Terms and Conditions

The Royal Satisfaction Guarantee Wrong size / colour / a wandering eye for another character? Garments purchased from us online may be returned within 28 days of receipt, in exchange for another item of the same value. All exchanges must be unworn and returned in the same condition received in, within 28 days of receipt, including story cards. Buyer pays postage to return, we'll send you your replacement item for free. Please email [email protected] if you require an exchange.

Shipping Policy

Timeframe Many of our treasures are made to order, so please check with us beforehand if you are in a hurry - on your way to a fancy ball perhaps, or being chased by a herd of ferocious, blazing eyed Walgentrotters, who can only be placated by the sight of a Kingdom of Klah Royal Garment. We also live rurally, and try to minimise our trips to the courier. Normally we send things out between 2-10 days after your order is placed.

Return Policy

Quality guarantee Kingdom of Klah stands by the quality of its Official Royal Garments and warrants that it will replace or refund any defects in product brought to its notice within fifteen days after delivery of the Goods to the Buyer. Due to the hand-printed character of the product, each item will by nature be unique in print coverage, colour and print placement. Although the items will not be identical, quality control will still be strictly enforced by Kingdom of Klah. In the event a product is not up to expected standard it will be replaced at no charge, or if this is not possible, a refund will be provided.

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