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post #271 of 4912
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Originally Posted by mlongano View Post
The swatches are well worth it.

Indeed. I tried to take pics of them, but can't get the colours right.
post #272 of 4912
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Originally Posted by CHECKstar View Post
Just looking at the burgundy Grenadine ties, but am a little unsure of colour of the sample, as it appears quite dark, almost brown on my monitor. Any chance of any pics of a finished tie?

This is reasonably accurate: garza grossa

post #273 of 4912
^ that is a fantastic combination
post #274 of 4912
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Originally Posted by nhannon View Post

Ordered 2 ties last night. Will post photos in approx. 2 weeks. Midnight blue linen, lightly lined 3-fold, hand-rolled edgesCamel wool, lightly lined 3-fold, self-tippedBoth 8cm x 59". I also measured the flare of the small tip of my Drake's ties and will be attempting to recreate it in these.

Sorry for the delay. Photos below. I am happy to report that David was able to perfectly recreate the flare of the small blade of my Drake's ties. Sorry for the nature scene but I wanted natural light.

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post #275 of 4912
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Originally Posted by nhannon View Post


Sorry for the delay. Photos below. I am happy to report that David was able to perfectly recreate the flare of the small blade of my Drake's ties. Sorry for the nature scene but I wanted natural light.


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hey Nhannon the fabric and color here rock, really like it
post #276 of 4912
David Hober - Will you be getting any more fina grenadine in navy?
Edited by Achilles_ - 7/25/11 at 7:27pm
post #277 of 4912
still have to sort through my swatches and place my order... any day now!
post #278 of 4912
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

David Hober - Will you be getting any more fina grenadine in navy?

Achilles,

Yes, we typically keep our full range of grenadines on hand at all times.

Occasionally we run out and we then have the silk rewoven as soon as possible.

A large part of Italy will go on vacation for the month of August so we will have to wait until September.

Thank you for your patience.
post #279 of 4912
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Originally Posted by nhannon View Post


Sorry for the delay. Photos below. I am happy to report that David was able to perfectly recreate the flare of the small blade of my Drake's ties. Sorry for the nature scene but I wanted natural light.

hober001-1.jpg
hober002-1.jpg
hober003-1.jpg
hober004-1.jpg
hober005-1.jpg

What is the fabric on these two ties, looks kind of interesting.
post #280 of 4912
^^^^

Check post 274.
post #281 of 4912
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Originally Posted by Sam Hober View Post


Achilles,

Yes, we typically keep our full range of grenadines on hand at all times.

Occasionally we run out and we then have the silk rewoven as soon as possible.

A large part of Italy will go on vacation for the month of August so we will have to wait until September.

Thank you for your patience.


Thank you! I assume there will be an update in this thread?
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Originally Posted by forex View Post


What is the fabric on these two ties, looks kind of interesting.


Linen - blue
camel - wool
post #282 of 4912
Major haul arrived today. Six new Macclesfield ties. All three fold, untipped, lightly lined. And one Belgian linen pocket square. As always, beautiful. Thanks David.

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post #283 of 4912
I ordered 4 different ties myself recently. Now the wait begins...
post #284 of 4912
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Originally Posted by Mr. Pink View Post

Major haul arrived today. Six new Macclesfield ties. All three fold, untipped, lightly lined. And one Belgian linen pocket square. As always, beautiful. Thanks David.

EAwuQ.jpg

Awesome, please ID the fabrics.
post #285 of 4912
The 2nd one from the left looks lovely, except most of it is obscured by a giant white swath. plain.gif
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