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Bolts & Screws - Hand Painted Rivellino Necktie

This black tie was handpainted in 1997 by Rivellino in 1997. It is in excellent condition. 4x58inches (SKU# T40775)
$30.00

Chicago Bulls Three Peat - Hand Painted Necktie

The Bulls saw their greatest success during the 1990s. They are known for having one of the NBA's greatest dynasties, winning six NBA championships between 1991 and 1998 with two three-peats. All six championship teams were led by Hall of Famers Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and coach Phil Jackson. This red silk necktie is hand painted and signed on the back. It is in excellent condition. 4x55inches (SKU# T40777)
$30.00

Look of Leaves - Hand Painted Robert Daskal Tie

This pink silk necktie features pairs of leaves on blue triangles. It is signed on the underside. It is in excellent condition. 3.75x55inches (SKU# T40778)
$32.50

QS-9000 - One World - One Quality System Tie

QS9000 was a quality standard developed by a joint effort of the "Big Three" American automakers, General Motors, Chrysler and Ford. It was introduced to the industry in 1994. It has been adopted by several heavy truck manufacturers in the U.S. as well. This red necktie was hand painted in 1998 and is in excellent condition. 4x57inches (SKU# T40779)
$30.00

Bowling Ball & Pins - Hand Painted Necktie

This silk handpainted tie is marked Zabel and is signed by the artist on the underside. In excellent condition. 4x58inches (SKU# T23589)
$30.00

Carl Crouse Painted Mirror Image Name Tie

This skinny burgundy red necktie is a perfect example of a mid century mirror image tie. When you look at it straight on, it looks like an embellished design, but a closer look sideways reveals a person's name! See our second image. This technique of street artists creating unique name neckwear for customers started in the 1940's. Similar neckwear bearing the word 'Bullshit' is still made today. This 1980's vintage polyester necktie is hand painted and signed by the artist by the back flap. It is in great shape. Makes a great addition to collectors of unusual men's ties. 3x55inches (SKU# T28949)
$25.00

Flowers Amid Waves - 1940s Hand Painted Tie

This orange and mauve pink color necktie hails from the 40's. This SHORT neckwear is in excellent vintage condition. 3.5x49inches (SKU# T29921)
$47.50

Playful Geometry - Hand Painted Necktie

Blue parallograms, green rectangles and large dots interact in a playful way. This red tie is made by hand painted and signed by Rivellino. The fiber content is unknown, but other neckwear by the same brand is fashioned from silk. In excellent condition. 4x59inches (SKU# T30446)
$30.00

To Dad From Ashley - Save The Children Tie

This red silk necktie started out blank and was drawn on with a marker by Ashley for her father, presumably for Father's Day or some other occasion. In excellent condition. 4x55.5inches (SKU# T31916)
$20.00

Robert Williams Mirror Image Name Necktie

This skinny brown necktie is a perfect example of a mid century mirror image tie. When you look at it straight on, it looks like an embellished design, but a closer look sideways reveals a person's name! See our second image. This technique of street artists creating unique name neckwear for customers started in the 1940's. Similar neckwear bearing the word 'Bullshit' is still made today. This 1980's vintage necktie is hand painted, and it is in excellent condition. Makes a great addition to collectors of unusual men's ties. 3x53inches (SKU# T33449)
$25.00

My Daddy's Floral Hand Made Father's Day Tie

Flowers are attached to and hand painted embellishments added to this navy blue silk necktie. The back flap reads, 'My Daddys'. This 1980's skinny neckwear is in excellent vintage condition. 3x57inches (SKU# T34099)
$20.00

Bart Williams Painted Mirror Image Name Tie

This navy blue necktie is a perfect example of a mid century mirror image tie. When you look at it straight on, it looks like an embellished design, but a closer look sideways reveals a person's name! See our second image. This technique of street artists creating unique name neckwear for customers started in the 1940's. Similar neckwear bearing the word 'Bullshit' is still made today. This 1970's vintage necktie is hand painted, and it is in great shape. Makes a great addition to collectors of unusual men's ties. 3.75x54inches (SKU# T36849)
$25.00

Hand Painted Stripes - 1940's Vintage Necktie

This wide and short tie hails from the 40's. It is handpainted on rayon fabric by Wilson Faultless and is in excellent vintage condition. 4.5x49.5inches (SKU# T39267)
$47.50

Prescription Pills - Hand Panted Pharmacist Tie

This 1940's era blue necktie features orange pills falling from a prescription case as wells Rx. It is signed as such on the facing of the underside of the tip: 'Hand Painted For Lute by Tolby's, Scottsdale, Ariz'. That is of Lutes Scottsdale Pharmacy fame! This vintage neckwear has a slight touch of darkening 17 inches from the tip and is otherwise in excellent vintage condition. 3.75x54inches (SKU# T39923)
$62.50

Lawrence Cyr Hand Painted Mirror Image Tie

This skinny burgundy red necktie is a perfect example of a mid century mirror image tie. When you look at it straight on, it looks like an embellished design, but a closer look sideways reveals a person's name! See our second image. This technique of street artists creating unique name neckwear for customers started in the 1940's. Similar neckwear bearing the word 'Bullshit' is still made today. This 1980's vintage neckwear is hand painted and signed by the artist Walter Drake by the back flap. It is in excellent condition. Makes a great addition to collectors of unusual men's ties. 3x56inches (SKU# T39924)
$25.00

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For a truly unique look, our vintage hand painted ties are the fashionable way to go. After the First World War, men's hand painted ties became an accepted form of decoration in America. Their popularity peaked in the 40's with street artists and tie manufacturers designing beautiful hand painted pictorial scenes. Hand painted neckties also depicted a variety of novelty themes. These bright and flamboyant neckties sold very well all the way through the 1950s. Today artists, fabric designers and producers of men's neckties such as Robert Daskal create wearable art as individual as the man who wears them. For the man that dares to be different, make the ultimate statement with men's handpainted ties.