Makasians on Tables – Silk Twill Tie
This necktie is a fusion of British regimental style neckties and an old Bulgarian carpet motive called tables. Such carpets were among the symbols of status and wealth and were present in the richest and largest Bulgarian houses.
The “makasians” or “makazi” are the small figures in the little squares. This symbol can be found in prehistoric paintings and seems to be a stylized dancing female Goddess, which explains why it brings luck. It is also called “scissors”.
It is up to you to decode the meaning of this necktie. Look at it like an ancient manuscript, which tells a story about you.
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Printed silk twill tie of high density 22 mm 100% Mulberry Silk.
100% Italian interlining of pure wool and cotton for an exquisite structure of the necktie and comfort for the neck and throat. Cheaper neckties are made of polyester interlining, which can be very stiff and makes you feel like tying a rope around your throat. With the natural materials that we offer, you almost don’t sense that you are wearing a tie.
All material cut on a 45-degree bias to ensure a tie of superior elasticity.
Hand-Made in Bulgaria.
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