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Navy Charles V Prayer Book Tie

$75.00
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Navy Charles V Prayer Book Tie

The Charles V Prayer Book Tie

The iconic elements shown on this handsome tie come from a stunning, colorful, and illuminated manuscript, the earliest known prayer book created for the young Charles V (1500–1558), future Holy Roman emperor. The first illustration in the book shows Charles’s coat of arms from when he was still living in the Habsburg Netherlands before he became emperor. The book is only 6¾ x 4¾ inches and features a hand-drawn miniature on almost every page with fully decorated borders. Its art is a fascinating example of Flemish culture from the early sixteenth century. The religious iconography and exceptional illuminations in tempera, ink, and gold, include early Renaissance artistic elements linked to the circle of Simon Bening, famous miniaturist, in the Bruges tradition.

Tie Size & Fabric

The Charles V Prayer Book Tie measures 3.5 inches wide and 60 inches long.  It weighs just 6.72 ounces. Made from 100% silk, it is weighted and designed for the perfect knot.

How To Clean Your 100% Silk Tie

We recommend dry cleaning only.

Delivery

You can expect delivery of your tie within 5 to 7 days after you place your order.  Whether purchasing for yourself or as a gift for a birthday, holiday, Father's Day, or other special occasions, rush shipping is available at checkout, if needed.

Our Guarantee

Your satisfaction is extremely important to us.  You may return your unopened tie in its original packing to us within 30 days and we’ll refund the amount you paid (less shipping costs).  Ties returned in open packaging or that have been worn are not eligible for refunds.

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