Viola - bow ties
Looking for a classic design with some modern flair? Check out these blue and gold medallions serenely gathered on an eye-catching shade of plum Italian Silk.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
San Pedro - bow ties
Satin-textured quintets of silver, gold and purple stripes in varying combinations are woven between burgundy bands of ribbed silk taking this stripe to a place of its own. Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Salvia - bow ties
Luscious plum Italian silk with a neatly repeating pattern of blue-centered gold flowers takes an ageless look into the 21st Century with panache.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Princetown - bow ties
Take your style up a notch with these beautiful blue paisleys trimmed in gold whirling about on a deliciously handsome plum Italian silk.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Java Valley - bow ties
White-trimmed ribbons of silver, gold and copper are woven between coffee-brown spans of textured woven silk. An amazingly versatile choice.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Somerville Sienna - bow ties
If you have a special event coming up soon, this lovely silkin a shade of dark orange that evokes the essence of fall foliageis an awesome choice.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Pembroke Sienna - bow ties
Another amazing option for formal or daily wear, this beautifully subtle paisley in shades of gold and autumn orange in textured silk is definitely a cut above.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Oriel Sienna - bow ties
Small silver polka dots take this lovely shade of autumn orange woven silk to an entirely new level. Great for both formal and informal occasions, and never out of style.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Merino - bow ties
Wine-red wool, speckled with white and backed with a paisley-imbued dark woven silk, will give you some splendid options for cool-weather wear. Reversible.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Kent - bow ties
Ready for something out of the ordinary? This navy blue wool, speckled with white and backed with a navy and white polka dot silk, ties beautifully and looks great. Reversible, too.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Huntsville - bow ties
Lightly ribbed coffee brown woven silk features high-flying pairs of ducks coming in for a landingand alert pointers awaiting their arrival.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Highfields - bow ties
Smooth orange silk and a subtle floral design of green, white and gold buds, dark orange blossoms and brown stems and leaves is oh-so-different, and quite enticing.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Garnier - bow ties
Beautiful magenta and gold medallions are woven in navy blue silk in this distinguished geometric pattern. A classic choice with a modern sensibility.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Balayage - bow ties
Let's hear it for this amazing paisley and floral wool in lavish shades of purple and orange, with highlights of tan and blue. Bold, but not overwhelming.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
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Pembroke Wine - bow ties
This beautiful burgundy red woven silk filled with subtle paisley and floral patterns is an ideal choice for formal wear when you're ready for a change from basic black. Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Pembroke Plum - bow ties
Swirling paislys intermingled with flowing floral icons are woven in a delicious shade of purple silk.A great option for taking your black tie wardrobe to another level.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Fleetwood - bow ties
Dark moss green Italian silk is home to a handsome collection of small blue, brown and gold paisleys. Classic option with current sophistication.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Thalassa - bow ties
You will look long and hard and still probably not find a paisley as beautiful as this. Copper and buff whirls and swirls woven in brick red silk.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.
Plymouth - bow ties
We suspect that neither the original inhabitants of Plymouth, nor the newly arrived pilgrims, wore snappy bow ties to Thanksgiving dinner, but you can. All the makings of a good feast on black silk twill.Handcrafted in Middlebury, Vermont.