New Madder Rosso

They brighten parties everywhere around the world, fireworks are a fascinating experience that always take us back to our childhood whenever we look up at the sky. During the Tokugawa period, the shogun Tokugawa Yoshimune, who among other things helped the circulation of western works in Japan, used them to chase away the danger of contagion after a harsh famine.

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Description

Fully handmade self-tipped tie with dark blue silk tipping. The double interlinings is perfectly balanced with the shell keeping the tie always harmonious. The bar-tack is handmade and covered with the iconic saffron tissue.

Material and features

Shell

Silk twill from the best silk factories in Como. The polished finishing is selected to create a soft sensation keeping all the main features of the silk.

Interlinings

Double lining: mid weight pure virgin wool and brushed cotton. This particular solution helps to create a compact tie perfect for every knot avoiding wrinkles.

Silk twill from the best silk factories in Como.

Pairings

Each Quartieri tie can be easily paired with all the classic outfits.
Hanabi is suitable for the day but can easily excel in the evening. It’s extremely versatile, adding a touch of sobriety to light colored suits, or even vitality to dark ones. The base is night blue but spaced out with delicate crimson and gold pattern.

Details that make the difference

Structure

Length : 150cm
Width : 8 cm
Fold: 3

Colours

Red

Details

It is sewed 20 cm from the end of the blade increasing the quantity of silk used for tipping: this choice is important to keep the shape of the blade always perfect. Each tie is sold in its iconic box.

Each tie has to go through five different quality check points before being delivered to the owner: form the silk to the final packaging everything is checked and handmade in Italy.

They brighten parties everywhere around the world, fireworks are a fascinating experience that always take us back to our childhood whenever we look up at the sky. During the Tokugawa period, the shogun Tokugawa Yoshimune, who among other things helped the circulation of western works in Japan, used them to chase away the danger of contagion after a harsh famine.

Buy now