A black silk grenadine tie in a garza grossa weave is an essential addition to the discerning gentleman's wardrobe. Elegant, timeless and stately.
Handwoven silk garza grossa (loose weave grenadine) in Como, Italy. Lined with Elizabetta's signature chocolate pinstripe silk. This necktie is constructed with an inner lining of pure wool to give it body and help keep its shape.
This was a gift and the black color is very rich. It also has an unbelievable 3 dimensional weave to it. I always get compliments when wearing it. Theses ties are of great quality and workmanship, you won’t be disappointed. My order was delivered super fast. I will definitely be ordering again.
Exactly as described and extremely happy with my purchase. I have been looking for a tie like this for over a year.
- 3-3.25" x 58-59" (8 x 148-150cm)
- 100% silk grenadine garza grossa
- Handwoven and handmade in Italy
- Learn about Italian silk grenadine Here
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Since 2004, we've been making silk grenadine ties in Como, Italy. These are hand cut on the true 45° bias, lined with pure virgin wool to help keep their shape, and then hand sewn and tipped with our signature brown pinstripe silk.
Craftsmanship passed down through the generations and the highest quality materials means your necktie will be a timeless addition to your wardrobe.
Fair Labor, Fair Price
Our silk ties are produced exclusively by ethical, family-owned workshops in Como, Italy using non-toxic dyes and eco-conscious techniques.
We skip the middlemen, so you get the same quality as the luxury brands at a fraction of the price.
Lake Como Grenadine Silk
Genuine grenadine silk is produced exclusively in Como, on wooden shuttle looms dating back to the early 1900s. Twisted yarn dyed silk yarns are woven in a loose, gauze weave, creating a sheer, textured fabric that drapes beautifully.
Only two mills in Como make this specialty fabric, making the supplies quite coveted.
A true grenadine silk tie is a refined addition to every gentleman's wardrobe.