Show us your TIES

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

  1. Michael A

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    Very nice Eric. I went with the bird theme today as well.
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    Made and Styled in California for Penney's it says on the label
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    The bird was in the heavy brush earlier,
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    but it's warmed up a bit, so he came out to sun.

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  2. dh66

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    Outstanding bird ties, Eric and Michael!!!

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  3. Short Balding Guy

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    That is a really sharp tie. Penny's, in it's day, would have been fun to shop.
     
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  4. Michael A

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    Thanks Eric. Yes, it would be a blast to drop into a Penney's from the 30's or 40's or 50's. I find their current Stafford line to have made some of the better fitting sport coats and suits with nice fabrics from the 80's into the 2000's.

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  5. Short Balding Guy

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    Wearing a vintage tie today. This vintage silk tie, Plio, is out of Denver.

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  6. dh66

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    Electrifying

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  7. Short Balding Guy

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    Thanks. :cool:
     
  8. Short Balding Guy

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    Today's vintage tie, hat and vest was my effort to matching decade (50's).

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    Good work!

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  10. Michael A

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    Love the old brocades - but they have become rare in here!
     
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  12. Short Balding Guy

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    Vintage B. Altman tie worn this afternoon.



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  13. Michael A

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    Found a couple of not very old ties yesterday.
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    Neither one has a maker's label, but the cotton Madras has a WPL number that tells me it was made by Warnaco.
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    And who could resist a tie that is covered with dogs chewing on dead ducks. Ha ha.
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  14. Michael A

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    Nice tie, Eric. And you are showing it off with a great outfit.

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  15. TheOldFashioned

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    Hey, South Bend is in my back yard. I only did a quick search, but if it's the same company it was founded by the Studebaker brothers in 1903, so the timeline would match. Studebaker was most famous for covered wagons and then one of the early pioneers of automobiles the first half of the 20th century. South Bend (the city) pretty much owes its existence to Studebaker and Notre Dame.
     
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  17. Michael A

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    that's the company. I'll trade you the watch for a Studebaker Hawk. Ha ha. Always one of my favorite car designs.

    They did a good job of embroidering all of those spaniels and mallards on there.

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  18. YoungTieCollector

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    Hi all, finally returning after a long and unintended hiatus. I'd like to show a piece I recently acquired and one that is probably my oldest..a Rogers Peet from (I believe) the 50's. Considering its age and the fact that it came from a thrift store, it's in fantastic shape, aside from one frayed area (last picture) that can't be seen when worn. And in all honesty, it's one I'd like to let go of, so expect to see it soon, on the site's classified section.

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  19. The Necktie Guy

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    Recently won this bow tie in an eBay auction! Just received it today.

    1950's-1960's Skinny Batwing Bow Tie
    Thai Silk in Magneta with some subtle Navy
    Adjustable
    "Pure Silk"
    "Hand Woven in Siam"
    Thai Silk Co. Ltd
    1.375" Wide

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  20. Short Balding Guy

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    Vintage tie without a label.

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