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Wore my 6-fold brick & white on midnight blue macclesfield print (MCT 279) today.
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Wore my 6-fold brick & white on midnight blue macclesfield print (MCT 279) today.

How do you like the 6 fold Macclesfield? I almost bought one last night. I have two Macclesfield from Sam Hober - both standard construction (3 fold?). How do they compare? How's the drape? Thanks in advance!
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The drape and weight of six-fold ties are amazing, but of course they are more expensive.
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I wonder where @pinkpanther has been.  I always appreciated his regular contributions to this thread.

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Burgundy cashmere grenadine apropos of the earlier query.

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I wonder where @pinkpanther has been.  I always appreciated his regular contributions to this thread.

 

Also @tdude

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Does anyone have pics of the Black & White Prince Of Wales Silk Tie #PWT-4? http://www.samhober.com/prince-of-wales-silk-ties/black-and-white-prince-of-wales-silk-tie-pwt-4.html

I'm curious as to how light/dark of a gray it resolves to. Hoping it's not too dark.
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Stumbled across this old picture of my rust grenadine.

 

This is exactly what I am looking for, but I can't find it on the site. Is it gone?

 

If anybody wants to sell their 9cm version, please PM me.

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Hey does anybody have a photo of one of the new Mulberrywood Weave ties? Or have seen one? Thanks.
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I just ordered one of the Mulberrywood Weave ties and have several swatches.  I will post a pic when the tie comes in, which should be next week.  The swatches are amazing looking.  They have a great texture and a really beautiful sheen to them.  I bought the steel blue and can't wait to see it.

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Cool, thanks man.  I ordered the burnt orange.  We'll see.  Haven't seen a swatch.  Hope to see your photo, I went through the regular mail, so I have some patience to practice.

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These are the Mulberrywood swatches that I have

number 1 and 2

number 2 and 3 (steel blue)

number 3 and 4

number 4 and 5 

number 5 and 6 (dark green)

number 6 and 7

number 7 and 8 (silver grey)

number 8 and 12 (fuchsia)

They are really hard to photograph but they are gorgeous.  Great texture and a super sheen to them.  Again, I ordered the steel blue, and should have it on Monday

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Dang thanks man. Those are sweet. Good choice on the steel blue.
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Thanks for the informative post @theodoreprice 

 

Is that really the dark fuschia and not just fuschia?

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The #12 swatch is indeed dark fushia.  Its really beautiful, but a little too bright for me.  The #2 (purple) is my favorite behind the steel blue (#3) which I already ordered.

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