Black and Red Silk Vintage Print Seven-Fold Tie$ 145
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- Product Notes
Sporting an elegant vintage design, this seven-fold Cordone tie has been made entirely by hand in the brand's workshop in Como, Italy. Crafted from the highest quality silk, it has been left unlined and is part of a limited edition run of ties, available a variety of colours to be collected.
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- Materials and Care Notes
Made in Italy
- Delivery & returns
This product is in Italy. It will be dispatched in 10 working days.
We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.
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This tailoring house may have been born from modest beginnings, but the garments are far from humble, as Cordone 1956 has continued to thrive and grow without the use of machines to this day. Founded by Luigi Cordone Senior, his mission was to provide exceptional customer service to complement the exceptionally precise handmade Italian goods. Now headed up by the third generation Cordone family, Luigi Jnr. and Virginia, the brand operates out of 25 stores worldwide including New York, Paris and London. Each item is painstakingly handmade, rendering each piece unique and with individual qualities. The highest quality raw materials, integrated with constant research and artisanal levels of craftsmanship mean Cordone 1965 continues to deliver sartorial royalty to whomever has the pleasure to discover it. The honest and sincere approach the brand has to customer service near enough guarantees customer loyalty, and The Rake is proud to be a part of this exciting new chapter for Cordone 1956.
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