Show us your TIES

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Veronica Parra, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. Nice one Michael! I found something along the same lines as well...

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  2. Michael A

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    Nice one Bob. I've got a yard or so of Scotland woven black watch fabric that I've been meaning to turn into vest one of these days. It's a nice tartan.

    Thanks,
    Michael
     
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    I like the choice you made. I like the splash of brighter color it adds

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    Penneys Towncraft hand painted hoilday tie[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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  8. Very cool Harv!
     
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    Bob, thanks!
     
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    Nice!!!

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    Thanks Dale!
     
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    Just a teaser of this old unlabeled model showing today.
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    Have a great Saturday,
    Michael
     
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    That looks like a beauty Michael!
     
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    Thanks Harv. I do think it's rather a gem. I decided I had better pull it out and take some more photos.
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    Your hand painted Towncraft from the other day is a beauty. I haven't seen anything around here in a vintage way for quite awhile. Barely even any nasty '70s polyesters. Ha ha.

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    Michael
     
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    Another great one. Wow, the 40s seemed to love red, brown and blue ties. Especially red and blue combined. Funny how 40s ties with more conservative patterns (polka-dot, stripes, foulard, etc) on ebay are virtually nonexistent, they're all swing or novelty ties. I'm guessing these have really stuck out to modern enthusiasts because of their uniqueness.
     
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    They did like their wild ties back then. But even the wildest is a pretty staid splash of color when worn under a vest. I think the demise of the 3 piece was probably the demise of that style of necktie.

    Michael
     
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  17. Picked this up last night. No tag other than the one shown. 45" x 3".

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    This one seems a bit hard to date, due to the staid design. The RESILIENT CONSTRUCTION tag always makes me assume 1930's - early 50's though. Good pickup!
     
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  19. Thanks MondoFW! Yeah ... it had me a bit confused. With the liner and less extreme flair to the ends I was thinking it fit towards the end of that range.
     
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    Here's a 1930s Stylecraft hand woven tie, courtesy of Dinerman. This is my first woolen tie, and my first 30s piece! f4b4c6f5-ae48-4c36-8d89-bebe3cb55d82.jpg ac910fc1-5a16-4e50-84cb-4298b6757c5b.jpg db5967a3-9c22-4f66-8762-8b73299650ba.jpg


    Also thought I'd show more love to my late 1940s hand painted Towncraft nylon tie. Even the pictures don't do it justice!
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