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Staple Ties - Vanda, Drakes, Howard Yount, Charvet

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Slammo, Apr 21, 2016.

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    All ties are in excellent shape - none of them have been worn more than 5 times and most only once or twice. No stains, pulls or imperfections.

    Color representation is accurate, although do note that there is quite a bit of natural light in this picture so they appear brighter and more saturated than they will look in person, especially indoors. The red Drakes in particular appears more saturated and bold than it actually is (it is deeper and more toned down in person).

    Everything is self tipped and fully lined with the exception of the Vanda and the Howard Yount which are both untipped and unlined with hand rolled edges.

    From left to right, prices including shipping, CONUS.

    • Vanda olive herringbone, 100% cotton, 3.25 x 58 - $70
    • Drakes red neat, 100% silk, 3.5 x 61 - $60 SOLD
    • Drakes grey pindot, wool/silk blend, 3.5 x 59 - $60 SOLD
    • Drakes navy medallions, 100% silk, 3.25 x 61 - $60 (not a true deep navy, this is brighter so it pairs beautifully with true navy jackets because it is bright enough to create some contrast while still being conservative) SOLD
    • Howard Yount navy (not a true deep navy, a bit brighter), 100% wool, 2.75 x 60 - $30
    • Charvet green pindot, 3.5 x 58 - 100% silk - $30 SOLD

    I will discount if you want more than one - make me a REASONABLE offer.
     

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