The pattern of this tie is created by weaving dyed yarns, and the machine finishing is the 'liba' type. It can be dry-cleaned.
Wearing a tie was compulsory in the reign of Louis XIV. It was wide and made from lace, while the costumes of both women and men featured numerous pieces of silk.
The search for an alliance between these two rules of elegance guided the design of this men's accessory.
Designer : André Claude Canova for Château de Versailles
Fabric : 100% woven silk
Made in France
Dimensions : 150 x 9 cm