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Four-In-Hand Tie - Black Satin

Item: 001671


Just before the turn of the century, the modern menís tie began to come into fashion. It was commonly used for daywear and was worn either snugged against the throat in a small half Windsor or slightly loosened in a large full Windsor.

Finish the look with a fancy Tie Tack, sold separately.

100% poly with a satin finish, Imported.

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Average Rating: 4.29/5.00 stars from 7 reviews

Pretty solid
Just your average black tie. Nice soft feel, not much else to say.
Mar 28, 2022
Brandon Jayson...
Hanson MA
Nice Tie
Got the tie and it fit right in with the costume. Great product
Sep 16, 2016
Val-des-Mont Qc
Four In Hand Tie
Well made and easy to use. Wears great. THANK YOU
Feb 14, 2015
C. Manning
Riverside Ca
As advertised!
A previous reviewer said this was just a modern tie, which, when tied in a Windsor knot would hang below the vest. It's not true. I tied this in a Windsor, and the length is just perfect. Nice wide period-looking knot, and the length is just fine. A shorter modern tie just wouldn't have enough length to tie in a real Windsor. Of course, this WOULD be too long if tied in a four-in-hand. Be sure you're using a real Windsor knot.
Jun 27, 2014
Dace Gisclard
Houston Te
Four in hand tie
The tie seemed ok, but was not ironed out flat along it's full length because of an issue of where the fabric is joined.
Jul 6, 2012
S. Maxwell

Not satin, too long
Firstly, this tie is not satin. It's polyester. The webpage does say 'satin' and while I didn't believe it was a satin tie for a second, it really should be advertised properly. Secondly, this tie is simply a modern black tie. A 19th Century tie should be shorter. Thankfully I'm fairly tall, so I can make it fit - just, but a lot of smaller guys are going to have this tie poking out under their waistcoats, which is definitely a 19th / early 20th Century fashion faux-pas. Still, if you can make it fit, and if you're above 5ft 10" tall, it looks good.
Jun 30, 2010
Silver Spring MD
Jun 29, 2010
Woonsocket RI

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