Tie with ombre effect

During the 1930s, neckties tended to be wide and short with new weaving technology making more expensive brocade patterns available at an affordable price. Small neat regular patterns were common but bright geometric designs were also available for the bold. 


Photographer: Georgina Sherman
Credit: Garment loan courtesy of Irene Sparks
Copyright: Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 Licence
Designer: Parisian
Manufacturing location: Lorne Street, Auckland
Garment type: Tie
Features: This tie is unlined with a rolled hem. It has an ombre effect weave.
Colour: Black, white, blue
Label: Parisian
Date: 1930s