A young boy encounters a policeman and owner of a diner in this red Norman Rockwell necktie. This 1990's to modern day silk neckwear is made by Van Heusen for The Saturday Evening Post, and it is in great shape. 4x57inches (SKU# T18811)
Norman Rockwell's 'Game Called Because Of Rain' appeared on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post in 1949. A painting this popular has many different alternate names. This is also called 'The Three Umpires', 'Tough Call' and 'Bottom of the Sixth'. This hard-to-find silk necktie was made in 1994. The umpires are front and center with Rockwell's name printed near the tip. The rest of the tie is navy blue polka dots against a dark red background. This collectible neckwear is in excellent condition. 4x57inches (SKU# T21835)
This purple silk tie depicts two people embracing. It is brand new with tag. 4x56inches (SKU# T38201) 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.
The artwork on this black tie is also known as 'At The Doctors Office'. The loop label is marked Norman Rockwell. This black silk neckwear is brand new with tag. 4x56inches (SKU# T38291) 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 necktie depicts unicorns, birds and flowers as found on a dower chest (aka hope chest) in 1792 and is from the collection of The Reading Public Museum. It is in excellent condition. 4x55inches (SKU# T38095)
From left to right, the designs are as follows: Chrysler Building, NY marble faced elevator doors circa 1928, a detail of a painted and guilded American work bench circa 1810 and a terra cotta frieze in New York circa 1920. These silk ties are in excellent condition. 4x56inches (SKU# T38323)
Wassily Wassilyevich Kandinsky was a Russian painter and art theorist. He is credited with painting one of the first recognized purely abstract works. This red silk tie was designed in 1998 and is in excellent condition. 4x58inches (SKU# T38061)
This black silk tie depicts a country road and is based on a rug made between 1820 and 1840. The rug was an anonymous gift to the Museum of American Folk Art Collection. This neckwear was made in 1994 and is in excellent condition. 3.75x56inches (SKU# T38063)
Romero Britto was born in 1964 and is a pop art painter and sculptor. This funky tie features a happy man surrounded by stripes and polka dots everywhere. This modern tie is made of silk. It is in very good condition. 4x57inches (SKU# T38065)
Magic Eye is a series of books which feature autostereograms which allow people to see 3D images by focusing on 2D patterns. The viewer must diverge his or her eyes in order to see a hidden three-dimensional image within the pattern. Magic Eye also makes neckwear which can be viewed much like the images in their books. This one features the word DAD. This silk tie is marked Magic Eye by Brookville Corporation. It is in very good condition. 3.75x56inches (SKU# T38068)