Red Battle of the Milvian Bridge Silk Pocket Square$ 96 (Incl. tax for United Kingdom)
- Product Notes
Why bore your friends with florals when you can discuss a fabulous Giulio Romano painting? This pocket square features The Battle of the Milvian Bridge, or The Battle at Pons Milvius, a fresco in one of the rooms now known as the Stanze di Raffaello, in the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican. The Battle of the Milvian Bridge shows the battle that took place on 28th October 312 between the Roman Emperors Constantine I and Maxentius. The legend goes that Constantine had a dream of a cross appearing in the heavens; a voice then told him he would win the battle of Ponte Milvio if he used the cross as his standard. The cross became his standard and he won the battle, and thus attributed his victory to the god of Christianity. This pocket square was handmade in England from pure silk.
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- Size Notes Length 42cm x Width 42cm
- Materials and Care Notes
Made in UK
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Rampley & Co believes that a bright and colourful pocket square has the power to completely transform an outfit while also telling a story. Through collaborations with The National Gallery, a few of the pocket squares on offer now feature famous paintings, skilfully printed. Each pocket square can be folded or stuffed in a variety of ways to best display the print or to suit the jacket it is worn with.
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