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post #1846 of 1998

that's cool ... very good taste ... makes me crazy paisley brown. But it is wool or silk?

 

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post #1847 of 1998

 

 

 

And what do you think of this?

 

It 's always a bespoke vintage ties. It is a 7 folds ancient whole hemmed by hand and without any internal.

 

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post #1848 of 1998
Too bright, definitely not soporific.
post #1849 of 1998

It 's true ... you're right ...

and this could be soporific?

This is one of the oldest thirst ... and we still hand-printed many years ago.

 

 

This is one of the oldest thirst ... and we still hand-printed many years ago. WE HAVE JUST THIRST AND VINTAGE FABRICS. This is 1965. And of course it is always and only because of bespoke ties ready we do not.

 

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post #1850 of 1998

Here's another vintage bespoke ties soporific in grenadine. Of course, like all our thirst. was printed many years ago by hand.

Then the slight transparency makes me mad ... and this transparency is made ​​possible thanks to the brim all done by hand at the bottom of unlined.

What do you think?

Look at the beauty of the hand print and attention to detail.

 
 

 

 

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post #1851 of 1998

About soporific ties I also wanted to show you this.

It may be up to it?

 

 

This is always an ancient 7 folds bespoke all unlined and all hemmed by hand without internal

 

 

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post #1852 of 1998
Gianni, these are lovely ties, but they're a bit exciting for this thread.
post #1853 of 1998

 

 

Thanks for the advice ... then we try again ... this seems more soporific yet ... it's still always a vintage silk printed by hand around 1960. So has 53 years of life on his shoulders.

I hope it is more soporific.

 

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post #1854 of 1998

Maybe not the yellow one.... :embar:

 

post #1855 of 1998

Pretty soporific one here

 

paging dopey

 

post #1856 of 1998
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Originally Posted by davesmith View Post

Maybe not the yellow one.... shog%5B1%5D.gif



I love all 5
post #1857 of 1998
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Originally Posted by Gianni Cerutti View Post

Here's another vintage bespoke ties soporific in grenadine. Of course, like all our thirst. was printed many years ago by hand.


Then the slight transparency makes me mad ... and this transparency is made ​​possible thanks to the brim all done by hand at the bottom of unlined.


What do you think?


Look at the beauty of the hand print and attention to detail.



 

 










www.passaggiocravatte.com

http://www.styleforum.net/t/364005/passaggio-cravatte-official-affiliate-thread
what is this thirst that you speak of?
post #1858 of 1998
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Originally Posted by davesmith View Post

Maybe not the yellow one.... shog%5B1%5D.gif


thirsty indeed. for sale at your shop?
post #1859 of 1998

The Thirst For Ties

 

Do you has it?

post #1860 of 1998
desert thirsty
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