A beautiful, hand-slipped 3-fold tie made in Atkinsons Royal Irish Poplin - a 50-50 blend of the finest silk and Australian merino wool. Its matt finished and lends itself to a good knot. With a customised modern profile at 8cm and a clean back with no labels, this tie shouts understand elegance.
Paisley print with a tinge of yellow brings a muted tie to life. Great with a plain crisp shirt.
About Irish Poplin
When the Huguenots brought their silk weaving craft to Ireland in the 1600s, they introduced a high quality local wool to their silk warps thus creating Irish Poplin. The name Poplin itself is derived from the French "Papelin" or "Lin du Pape", a pure silk cloth used in robes when there was a papal seat in Avignon, France.
In 1820 Richard Atkinson, the then Lord Mayor of Dublin, asked a group of weavers to make their Irish poplin for his shop. By 1837, Mr. Atkinson's Irish poplin fabric was so popular that Queen Victoria granted Atkinsons a Royal Warrant.
Fabric: Royal Irish Poplin (50-50 blend of fine silk and Australian Merino Wool)
Dimensions: 8cm x 145cm (3" x 57")
Bar tack: Hand-twisted bar tack on both ends
Tipping: Blue silk
Origin: Made in Northern Ireland (UK)