Aneto tailoring selftied bow tie – Liberty London floral, checked gray background


The Banderari selftied bow tie collection has been made with Liberty London fabrics and are exclusive accessories made with long-fiber cotton from Ethiopia.

Originally named after Lake Tana in Ethiopia, Tana Lawn cotton offers exceptional freshness, comfort and durability that enhances colors and prints, making them extremely bright and extremely silky.

The Banderari bow tie from Liberty London are created in the duobleface mode to create different emotions even on the same occasion without having to resort to two different products.
Available in two hybrid selftied / selftied variants.

Selftied – The classic bow tie to be tied, usable separately by twisting and re-knotting the bow. The strap is equipped with two sliding loops to facilitate the most precise adjustment of the neck circumference.
The ideal product for true lovers of knot ritual.

Self-taught hybrid – Bow tie to tie with openable hooks. A valid alternative for those who want the excitement of a bow tie to be tied without the thought of being caught unprepared.
The product is sent already knotted and easily usable as required, but if necessary usable as an automatic return.


Style: tailoring bow tie
Model: hybrid selftied / sefltied
Front pattern: floral
Retro pattern: checked
Front color: blue, pink, yellow, white
Retro color: blue, pink, yellow, gray
100% hand Made in Italy
Dimensions: height 7 cm. – length 92 cm. (bow size length 12 cm – height 7 cm)
Adjustment: free nickel metal hooks made in Italy circumference 53 cm


Front fabric: 100% cotton batista Tana Lawn cloth by Liberty London
Back fabric: 100% wool cloth by Lanificio di Pray (Biella)


    Dry clean only
      Do not tuble dry
    Iron under the towel at low temperature


Liberty fabrics have a great tradition and history that spans over 80 years.

In 1875 he opened a small shop on Regent Street in London called Liberty & Co. This was the dream of an Englishman Arthur Lasenby Liberty, a man of great vision and artistic abilities who until his death in 1917 played a leading role in growth and in the results of a wonderful department store.

Arthur Liberty spent many years traveling in the eastern parts of the world to draw inspiration for the development of his shop and would bring home beautiful rugs and fabrics from these countries.

He involved William Morris and other famous 19th century artists in the design of carpets and materials. Some of these early projects are still used today.

The name Liberty London is now synonymous with furnishing and clothing fabrics not to mention the famous and fascinating shops that host their products in the Regents and Marlborough Street.


The creation is inserted in an exclusive packaging ideal to keep the article protected, ready to be used as a gift box.

The color may vary due to differences in monitor settings.

The product being made with artisan techniques, it could undergo some slight variation compared to the measurements shown in the description.


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