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History

The earliest historical listing of neck ties is in Ancient Egypt.

The Egyptians tied a rectangular piece of cloth which hung down from their shoulders. This cloth became a very important piece of dress wear because it showed their social status.

Emperor Shi Huang Ti of the Qin dynasty is buried in China surrounded by statues. These statues bear a piece of cloth around their necks.

Neck ties became popular in Europe around the 17th century with the Croatian soldiers.

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Black/Red/White Tartan Silk Knitted Tie

Black/Red/White Tartan Silk Knitted Tie
51.35
100% silk knitted tie in black, red and white tartan design. Width: 5.5cm Dry Clean Only