Before Sean Connery appeared in Dr No, 007 had another face - in a series of drawings commissioned by The Daily Express newspaper, artist John McLusky visualised Ian Fleming’s original hero for the very first time in 1958. It is said that McLusky’s depictions were so iconic that Eon Films based the casting of the role on these creations. Now, our exclusive Illustrated Bond pocket squares bring the archetypal sketches back to life, making each silk design a must-have for lovers of the British spy.
Our fine silk pocket squares are hand-printed in Cheshire, England, using an age-old process which sources water from the factory's own reservoir. Once the pocket squares have dried following screen-printing, they are given hand-rolled edges for a refined finish.