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Staple Ties Cheap: Isaia, Cremieux 7-folds, RLPL, Talbott, Bruer

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Spark, Oct 25, 2011.

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    Thinning the tie rack - here's a mix of staples that haven't been making it into the rotation for whatever reason All are either NWOT or have been worn once - no stains, tweaks, etc - and all are 58-59" long. Individual widths and prices noted below. Prices are shipped CONUS

    Left To Right:

    Isaia 7-fold: 3.25" wide. Gorgeous light silk, white dots on red. NWOT never worn - $SOLD

    RLPL: 3.5" wide. Dark chocolate brown silk - classic tie. NWOT, never worn - $SOLD

    Daniel Cremieux 7-fold: 3.5" wide. Hefty tie, navy with white geometrics with red dots that are raised a bit, substantial knot, NWOT never worn - $50

    Facconable (made x Bruer): 3.5" wide. Classic pin dot in a carmel/dark tan color. - $35

    Carroll & Company: 3.25" wide. Solid tan 100% cashmere from Beverley Hill's classic clothier. Worn once. - $30 - SOLD

    Robert Talbott BOC: 3.75 wide. 100% wool in a subtle burnt orange with gray circles - great fall tie! - worn once - $30

    Ping me for individual shots of each tie...
     

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    Drops - $10 off of every tie.

    RLP just sold but system ins't letting me make edits...
     


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