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Saturday, April 1, 2017

Yuzen - A Magical Fusion That Makes An Enchanted Bow Tie


You work for ten years on a product to refine it from the types of silks you use, the linings, the construction, the sewing, the hardware, the knots, the shapes - you name it - we've gone over it time and time again. And that includes our packaging and scents too.

Then one day you stumble across an art form of Japanese silk making that brings another dimension to the bow tie - the enchanted story. Yes, we have stories in all our own designs of silks, but there is something very ethereal about our new Yuzen silks or, as it was suggested recently by one of our customers recently: 

"Isn't it like seeing something beautiful in nature? Turning your head in one direction, only to be surprised by an ephemeral glimpse of beauty. You have a gift in choosing and cutting the perfect part of these hand painted silks, revealing this natural balance between selection and chance. Each one is precious. Thank you again for these works."

G. Thomas
Texas, United States Of America


I agree with Mr. Thomas - it's something different. I disagree though that I have a gift. I am just the person that connected all the dots. 

I do hope if you like to own unique bow ties and neckwear, that you purchase one of these Yuzen silks before the well dries up. And it will dry up soon.

Many thanks for your continued support,
Nicholas.








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