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Seven-Fold Black Grenadine Silk Tie

Seven-Fold Black Grenadine Silk Tie

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Seven-Fold Black Grenadine Silk Tie

Style Notes

If you’re longing for neckwear with luxury superiority, the seven-fold tie is a design that won’t be beaten on quality. The process of creating a seven-fold tie takes three and a half hours to complete and uses double the amount of silk of a regular tie – 0.77m to be exact. Each design is a piece of sartorial origami, omitting stitching entirely in favour of careful folds for a thicker and slightly weightier finish. A grenadine weave gives this tie a contemporary textural element; pair it with plain white cotton or tonal gingham for either a simple and statement look.

Fine Details

Product Code:
MTIE010-Z10012
Tie Width:
9.5cm
Base Colour:
Black
Country Of Origin:
England
Pattern:
Plain
Weave:
Grenadine

Construction Details

Our ties are hand-sewn in Kent by a team of artisans with centuries of combined experience and the silk used is woven in Suffolk using techniques dating back hundreds of years. Our seven-fold ties omit stitching entirely in favour of careful folds, each of which is steamed and centralised to hold in place. The only stitching that takes place is the slip stitch or ‘hidden loop' made from strongest-ever bonded thread, which allows the tie to ruche and relax back into place after wearing. To finish, two extra-thick bar tacks are sewn in alongside a mother-of-pearl button and corresponding scallop loop.

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