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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Imahomer, Jun 14, 2004.
From Last Fall:
And today's tie:
Found thise one recently, I think 1930's. Still in a perfect condition except for the blue dye which has faded. But I think I actually prefer it like that! The weave is lovely too.
Thanks! I found a (I think) 1920's tie in the same shop as well. But haven't really taken good pictures of it yet.
Brooks Brothers, Black Fleece:
Pretty excited about this; I just got this whole box of early 20's bow ties. Including a bunch of 'jazz bows'! Some do have fraying to the silk, but most are fine. The metal clips are really tight though, I'll have to carefully bend them a bit for them to able to put them on.
The tiny jazz bows:
excellent ! where did you find them ?
On the Dutch equivalent of ebay. The seller found them at an antiques market in Perpignan, southern France.
Sherlock Holmes and I hate bow ties; we try our best to hide them.
Superb find Dostioffsky! Well done!
What Eddie said....I'm not normally a bow tie fan apart from black or white for formal wear but those are pretty nice!
wow. what a find!
Although it's long ago I have to agree with all the others: these find is marvelous, Dostioffsky!
Here's what I got today:
very small (3 1/7" x 2") pre tied bow tie - green with white dots - unfortunately a bit fadet and dirty
20's? 30's? I don't really know. Any thoughts?
And here's another one I caught for 0,50€ some month ago:
German/European pre tied bow tie - probably 20's - reminds me of these Dostioffsky ones
Found this 1930's bowtie (marked "Albersia D.R.P." - German Reich patent) in a thrift store among a heap of ugly plastic 70's bowties.
Got this 30's-40's clip on bow ties last week - probably European/German
great collection, personally I like the last one most.
I got this new skinny bow tie from Amazon. I personally prefer skinny bow ties to fat bow ties. This bow tie was made by a company called The Tie Bar.
After work today I stopped by a large indoor flea market/tag sale/thrift store. I found a 1960s summer sport coat but sadly it was for a taller than average person. Fortunately, I stayed and found two 1950s/1960s bow ties.
Late 50s/60s clip-on bow tie. Yellow diagonal stripes.
Late 50s/60s clip-on bow tie. Red stripes.