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Sometimes referred to as a Chairman’s tie, seven-fold is the traditional method of producing the modern iteration of the necktie that originated around the 17th Century.
In the past, a sartorial gentleman would keep a selected bolt of fabric at his haberdasher and he would cut your ties as requested.
Crafted entirely by hand, the seven-fold tie is just that. One large piece of silk folded seven times into itself and slip stitched together. The result is an accessory that is not only steeped in genuine craftsmanship but also exceptionally stylish.