Sunfloral UNTIPPED 6-fold SILK TIE – Pastel Viol

Untipped 6-fold printed Silk tie

  • Construction: 6-fold Untipped
  • Width: 8 cm (≈3.15 inches)
  • Length: 150 cm (≈59 inches)
  • Material: 100% Silk
  • Print: Floral
  • Handmade in Italy
  • Business Essential

SILK

Chinese legend has it that silk was first discovered by the beautiful concubine Lei Zu. She was drinking tea in a garden when some wild cocoons dropped in her bowl. As she tried to remove them, she saw the fine strings of silk that seemed to go on forever. While we cannot for certain say who discovered silk, we can trace its use back to ancient China. Via the silk route the material reached Europe where it became a luxury worthy of royalty. The lustre and delicate feel of silk make them ideal for smart outfits in any season.

 

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Silk

Chinese legend has it that silk was first discovered by the beautiful concubine Lei Zu. She was drinking tea in a garden when some wild cocoons dropped in her bowl. As she tried to remove them, she saw the fine strings of silk that seemed to go on forever. While we cannot for certain say who discovered silk, we can trace its use back to ancient China. Via the silk route the material reached Europe where it became a luxury worthy of royalty. The lustre and delicate feel of silk make them ideal for smart outfits in any season.

6-fold

Similarly to the seven fold construction, our six folds require substantially more fabric than a traditional three fold. As one of our craftsmen skilfully cut, fold and sew the fabric into a finished tie, distinctive folds emerge, bearing resemblance to a beautiful rose. A six fold tie is not only beautiful when inspected up close;The construction also gives the tie a beautiful drape that is difficult to achieve with less fabric.