The Story | A tribute to Archibald Rutledge, a wordsmith who handsomely captured the spirit of the South as South Carolina’s first poet-laureate. He used his platform to describe the "Eden-like wilderness of the Lowcountry and the picturesque woodlands" that surrounded the Hampton Plantation. Wear this tie with a keen eye for the beauty of the natural world. To complete the look try pairing with the Archibald Pocket Square.
Product Details | Shades of orange and deep red layered over green and brown to create a multi-dimensional design. Center wrap hand-stitched black grosgrain. Made with pheasant feathers.
- No dyes are used, giving each tie a unique coloring.
- Wrap around adjustable hook, fits sizes 11" to 20”.
- Bow dimensions are 2.5” tall by 4.5” wide.
- Feathers are all-natural and sustainably sourced.
Packaged with Care | Arrives in a hand-branded, pine gift box. Includes a list of the feathers used and instructions on how to care for your tie.
Made in Charleston | Bow ties are handcrafted in Charleston, S.C. and take between 4-5 hours to complete. Every feather is hand selected by our artisans, making no two ties exactly alike.