This fleur-de-lis screen printed neck tie is a gorgeous French-inspired tie to accent any outfit!
Antique Brass colored ink, printed on Black microfiber (middle tie in the photo).
Standard necktie measures 3.5-4" wide by 58" long
Silky-soft microfiber fabric.
Screen printed using non-toxic, water-based ink.
Care: hand wash, spot clean, or dry clean, gently iron as needed.
The English translation of "fleur-de-lis" is "flower of the lily." This symbol, depicting a stylized lily or lotus flower represents French royalty, signifying perfection, light, and life. In the US, the fleur-de-lis symbol aligns with cities near the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, and is represented on flags and seals of the cities of Detroit, St. Louis, Louisville, Mobile, New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Lafayette.
Handmade in Detroit, Michigan
* Woman Owned Business
Cyberoptix Tie Lab was started in 2005 after noticing a void in creative yet sophisticated neckwear. Specializing in making men and women of all ages undeniably presentable, we dutifully outfit gangs of groomsmen, bridesmaid and ring-bearers with our very customizable color schemes. We make hand screen printed neckties, bow ties & scarves for everyone who loves (and hates) ties -- simply, "Ties That Don't Suck." We've selected tons of design and color combinations that we know look great on everyone. However, as tie makers we know all the fun is really in the design process. You're invited to join in that process of selecting just about any print color and tie fabric you can imagine! We've come up with hundreds of designs for you to choose from in just about any colorway under the sun. Our themes are created from historic military documents, medical ephemera, Victorian botanical drawings and architectural renderings. Some of our favorite days are spent in dusty museum cabinets of curiosities, junk shops and estate sales to find obscure bits of inspiration that we'll re-draw in the tie shape. Right now we're particularly drawn to pattern-based necktie designs, ornamentation that looks like a traditional necktie motif, but has a little something extra hidden within the pattern -- these surprises always delight us as designers, but are even more fun for you, the tie wearer!