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post #2011 of 5194

Here is the dark chocolate grenadine grossa (6-fold construction) in action.

 

post #2012 of 5194
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Originally Posted by nepats81 View Post

made my first order the other day.  Bitter Chocolate and Dark Red Grossa...

Very nice start. nod[1].gif
post #2013 of 5194
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Originally Posted by pinkpanther View Post

Here is the dark chocolate grenadine grossa (6-fold construction) in action.



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post #2014 of 5194

Thought I would share by fantastic Sam Hober ties!

 

 

Left to right.

 

Dark Navy Blue Satin Silk Tie #7

Reddish Brown Linen Tie #8

Atkinsons Printed Irish Poplin #6

Dark Chocolate Diamond Weave Silk Tie #21

Powder Blue Stripe On Midnight Blue Grenadine Tie #4(Dirty?! Was cleaned after the picture was taken)

White Dots on Dark Navy Pin-Dot Silk Tie #1    

Gray Cashmere Tie

Sky Blue Cashmere Tie

 

 

 

 

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post #2016 of 5194
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WOW!  What colors are those?

post #2017 of 5194
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Originally Posted by nepats81 View Post

WOW!  What colors are those?

In no particular order:

Olive Grossa
Slate Grossa
Bitter Chocolate Grossa
Forest Green Fina
Burgundy Prometeo

Thanks again to David for his great work.
post #2018 of 5194
That burgundy seems pretty bright in color. I hope it is deeper and more brownish for more versatility.
post #2019 of 5194
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Originally Posted by Lifeson22 View Post

In no particular order:

Olive Grossa
Slate Grossa
Bitter Chocolate Grossa
Forest Green Fina
Burgundy Prometeo

Thanks again to David for his great work.

Those are absolutely gorgeous. The olive grossa is especially interesting. I believe this is the first picture I've seen of one.

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Originally Posted by obama View Post

That burgundy seems pretty bright in color. I hope it is deeper and more brownish for more versatility.

I do not own the burgundy prometeo, but judging by that picture, it does seem significantly lighter than the burgundy fina. The website pictures indicate this as well. Still, a nice looking color.

I am anxiously awaiting the new striped grenadines as well as the restocks that David said are due at the end of June. I will promptly be placing my next order then, which will include my first 7-fold: unlined/untipped navy fina. nod[1].gif
post #2020 of 5194
This thread is making my wallet weep, all these pictures are absolutely stunning. I wonder, does anyone have one of the Plaid #8 in action? I am in need of a wedding tie, and it strikes me as the most fitting!
post #2021 of 5194
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Originally Posted by Enthusiasm View Post

This thread is making my wallet weep, all these pictures are absolutely stunning. I wonder, does anyone have one of the Plaid #8 in action? I am in need of a wedding tie, and it strikes me as the most fitting!

I think these are all Plaid #8 from earlier in the thread.

 

http://pinterest.com/pin/3940718396467213/

 

http://pinterest.com/pin/3940718396418128/

 

http://pinterest.com/pin/3940718396373799/

post #2022 of 5194
I am fortunate to have funds for a few more ties. I ordered three new ones, which will round out my collection for the foreseen time.
 
Burgundy Grenadine Fina Silk Tie #3
Charcoal Gray/Silver Grenadine Silk Tie #21
Powder Blue Grenadine Fina Silk Tie #15
 
I only own a navy suit, charcoal suit, brown plaid jacket, and navy blazer so my tie selection is pretty limited. I'm most excited about the Charcoal Gray/Silver Grenadine. I could have really used that one two weekends ago.
post #2023 of 5194
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Originally Posted by stratfordwill View Post

I think these are all Plaid #8 from earlier in the thread.

http://pinterest.com/pin/3940718396467213/

http://pinterest.com/pin/3940718396418128/

http://pinterest.com/pin/3940718396373799/

Thank you very much! They look a tad too shiny for my taste to be honest, would love for them to be mixed with some wool, or maybe hopsack quality. I'll consider it though, the tie itself looks to be great quality!
post #2024 of 5194
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i must say, one of the many great things about the hobers, is that tie such a consistently great knot.
post #2025 of 5194
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i must say, one of the many great things about the hobers, is that tie such a consistently great knot.

 

+ 1000

 

This aspect alone has spoiled me.  In fact, the tie I am wearing today is not a Hober and when I tied it up this morning I found myself thinking that the knot was ok...but it ain't a Hober knot.

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