This Prince Consort Button-Down Tie means the thin end of this vintage narrow tie has three button holes sewn into it as it was intended to be to attached to a shirt button, which dates this men's tie to the 1950's. Made of Fortrel polyester and in excellent vintage condition. 2.5x54inches (SKU# T37462)
This black necktie features red embellishments which include a carriage with horse, five dots and a horn. It is made of silk in France and still has it's original price tag ($6.50) attached! In excellent vintage condition. 2.75x53inches (SKU# T36976)
The only thing wrong with this amazing necktie is the touch of fading near the tip which turns the color from purple to a violet purple shade. Made by the Manhattan Shirt Co. and in very good vintage condition. 2.75x53inches (SKU# T36991)
This brown, black and tan striped necktie is made by Donegal. It appears to almost have no tip and almost square end, but there is a tip which is very shallow. In excellent vintage condition. 2x54inches (SKU# T37052)
As men's suits began to slim down in the 1950's, so did men's ties, and by the late 50's, skinny ties were born. By the early 60's neckties as narrow as one inch were produced. The bright, loud colors often found in 40's vintage ties were transformed into more subdued blacks, grays, reds, greens and browns in the 1950's. Many 50's and 60's vintage skinny ties have an interesting flourish as a focal point. Thin men's neckties have regained popularity and today even television characters express their unique sense of style with narrow ties. So can you!