The Canadian Freemason is the first collection in our Canadiana series of neckties.
The tie fabric is Jacquard silk woven with two different types of silk thread. The Canadian Freemason tie features a repeating pattern of Square and Compasses set on the Canadian maple leaf.
For a better finish, our designer employed various weave patterns using matte and reflective threads to create that desirable light and dark iridescent sheen that our ties are famous for. The resulting fabric is luxuriously heavy and densely woven, it feels good to touch, it provides a better drape, and will allow you to form a superior looking knot with a dimple or two if you like!
Please hover your cursor over the product images to the left and you will be able to see the finer details of our fabric. Trust us, it looks way better in person. This or your money back.
A very important yet often overlooked feature of a necktie is the tipping. It's that area at the back of the widest tip. Most neckties in the market, even those from big fashion houses, simply have a plain black polyester fabric or other synthetic material at the back. A necktie is said to be self-tipped if the back is made with the same tie fabric. Our neckties, except those with special monograms, are elegantly self-tipped.
Unfortunately, this style is currently out of stock. We may reproduce it in the future if we gather enough interest.
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