Actually the fibers include brown, orange and green colors, but the overall look is that of a brown clip on necktie. A 3-D black and gold rectangular shaped flourish provides the finishing touch. This 1950's era tie is a 'Redy Tie' which originally retailed at the May Co. Shops for Men of California. In excellent vintage condition. 2.5x17inches (SKU# T14528)
This diamond pattern tie features blue lions inside brown diamonds and vice versa! This early 1960's woven silk necktie was designed by Snapper, and it is in excellent vintage condition. 2.5x17inches (SKU# T14187)
This dead stock necktie is made by Snapper for JCPenney. This 1970's green and white clip-on is in brand new condition. 4x18inches (SKU# T24009)Because this necktie still has its original tag, we can confidently say that it has never been worn. However, it is not technically a 'new' tie. All our ties are acquired from private collectors or other resale sources. We do not have any direct affiliation with the designer or maker of this necktie and are not an authorized reseller.
This funky tie hails from the 1970's. It is shiny - most probably made of acetate. Perfect for Halloween or any time you wish to make a bold statement. In excellent vintage condition. 4x17.5inches (SKU# T05817)
Looking for the ease and convenience of not needing to tie a knot? Try clip on ties. Men's clip on ties have permanently tied knots which do not need to be wrapped around the neck, but are instead affixed to the front of shirt collars by a metal clip. Clip on ties are a popular alternative to standard men's ties and is often worn by law enforcement officers to avoid injury possible when using standard neckties. Clip on neckties are also preferred by people who don't know how to tie a tie and handicapped individuals for whom it is impossible to tie men's neckties. We love them because they're easy to use. So will you!