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Stratton Four-In-Hand Tie - Blk/White

Item: 005749

$9.95  $4.95


Black, white or shades of gray, you will be in fashion with our Statton Four-In-Hand Tie in Black and White.

Our modern business tie traces its roots back to men’s elaborate stocks from the early 1800’s. By the end of the 19th century ties had slimmed and lengthened to our modern shape of a long narrow neck with 2 paddle ends of varying width. We have seen these style of ties advertised as early as 1891 and were available from the Sears and Roebuck catalog of 1897 listed as a “black tie with neat red, blue, white, wine, gold or lavender figures…(or) dark blue, or dark red back grounds with neat contrasting figures (or) thousands in light and medium shades of all kinds” So, choose what you like best to match or contrast with your waistcoat.

Matching vest available.

100% polyester. Imported.

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Average Rating: 5.00/5.00 stars from 1 reviews

Interesting Item....
Most of the neck ware selection items available anywhere are fastened with a clasp, which of course is not period correct. I'm on the lookout for items which must be tied by hand, so I gave a couple four-in-hand ties a try. Except for the pattern on the material, they are much the same as modern neck ties, which is because this style of neck tie was the predecessor of the modern article. The material is a little thicker than a high quality modern tie, but worn with a stand up collar where the entire tie is exposed, the four-in-hand tie accomplishes a period correct look. The price point was excellent and I'm happy that I have another authentic option for my wardrobe.
Jul 10, 2015
Pico Pistolero
Los Angeles Ca
US

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