Extra long length. A traditional Prince of Wales woven pattern (also known as a Glen plaid) in fabulous slubby silk bourette that will set you apart.
Timeless and perfect for everyday business and casual attire.
Lined with pure wool to help keep its shape and finished with Elizabetta's signature pinstripe silk lining.
- 3.25 -3.38" x 62.5-63" (8.25-8.6 x 158-160 cm)
- 100% silk bourette
- Handwoven and sewn along the shores of Lake Como.
- Silk Bourette, also called silk noil (sometimes incorrectly called raw silk) comes from the use of very short fibers to weave the fabric, creating a wonderful irregular stubby texture with a matte finish.
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Since 2004, we've been designing silk ties and working with only the most talented artisans in Como, Italy to produce our designs and hand-sew our ties.
Our ties are cut on the true bias, one of the features to look for in a quality tie.
Craftsmanship passed down through the generations and the highest quality materials means your necktie will be a timeless addition to your wardrobe.
Fair Labor, Fair Price
Our silk ties are produced exclusively by ethical, family-owned workshops in Como, Italy using non-toxic dyes and eco-conscious techniques.
We skip the middlemen , which allows lovers of beautifully made neckties to own something of quality at remarkably reasonable prices.
Lake Como Silk
Since the 1400s, Como has been renowned throughout the world for its silk production. A famous school for silk masters has been in operation since 1869, and the silk from Como has been chosen to dress royalty, popes, and celebrities.
Today, family companies in Como continue to produce some of the finest silk in the world.
Pure silk: natural, breathable, luxurious and long wearing.