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Grenadine / Garza Piccola Tie - Navy - Handrolled

Grenadine / Garza Piccola Tie - Navy - Handrolled
Grenadine / Garza Piccola Tie - Navy - Handrolled
Grenadine / Garza Piccola Tie - Navy - Handrolled
Grenadine / Garza Piccola Tie - Navy - Handrolled
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Handmade in Italy Fabric:  100% silk Length:  147cm (= 58 inch) Construction:... more

Handmade in Italy

Fabric: 100% silk
Length: 147cm (= 58 inch)
Construction: 3-fold hand rolled

Finely woven, navy grenadine, slightly lighter than our midnight grenadine, but still definitely a dark blue. Sean Connery wore this tie often as James Bond. Ingeniously simple when paired with a grey suit, black shoes and subdued braces: that’s all you need to be very well dressed. This tie is also perfect for 'grounding' more flashy suits and jackets, a brown glencheck suit, for example. Add a burgundy pocket square, striped braces – voila.

Grenadine ties are among our absolute favorites. There are only two weaving mills left in the world which can produce the original; both produce for Shibumi. The old looms on which this wonderful cloth is woven are often still made from wood and are carefully kept in shape by experienced technicians, for no new ones are made.

In the heart of the Italian silk industry, Como, lies one of the oldest silk weavers in Europe. Founded in mid-19th-century, at first as a supplier of silk for furnishings and clothing, they began to make silk for ties when it took its modern shape at the beginning of the 20th century. To this day, a lot of historic, wooden looms are in use, which have not been produced in decades. But there is no substitute for them: our popular grenadine silk is woven on them, for example. We just love this heritage of Italian craftsmanship and we do our best to keep those traditions alive.

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