Plain Silk Grenadine Tie in Navy
The design and shape of Budd's grenadine tie has remained unchanged since the 1920s. Its vintage, retro feel has made it hugely popular and led us to revive it as a contemporary classic.
The tie is made from silk and has a subtle, intricate weave. Budd's grenadine ties are woven especially for us in Italy on traditional wooden looms and cut in Kent.
The grenadine tie creates a beautiful knot that will stay in place all day. It has a classic pointed end. It looks great either with a suit during the week or with a checked shirt or sports jacket at weekends.
It's All In The Detail...
This tie has a vintage, retro feel.
Width at widest point - 8.9cm (3.5in).
Woven in Italy, Made in England.
Fully hand slipped.
Hand bar tack.
Free standard delivery when you spend over £200.
Standard UK Delivery: (5 Working Days) - £6
Free standard delivery on orders over £200
Courier: (Next Working Day if ordered before 2pm GMT) - £15.00
Courier: (2-5 Working Days) - £21
Rest Of The World
Courier: (3-5 Working Days) - £30
Click & Collect
1 - 2 working days
Made To Measure Shirts
Delivery is an estimated 3 to 4 weeks, we will advise you when your order is ready to be sent. Please allow extra time for hand monogramming. As each made to measure shirt is unique and handmade for you we are unable to accept any refunds or exchanges. If you have any queries regarding style, size, fit or cloth choice please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Shirts with Alterations
Shirts with alterations (shortened sleeves, etc) are hand-adjusted to your requirements by our tailor. As a result, they are not resaleable, and we are therefore unable to accept them as returns, except (of course) in the exceptionally rare case of faults with the garment. Please allow extra time to receive your shirt if a sleeve shortening or lengthening is being carried out.
Returns and Exchanges
If you are not completely satisfied with an item purchased at www.buddshirts.co.uk you can return it to us within 14 days of receipt of items.
Expert dry clean.
Be careful that rolled edges are respected and not pressed.
Do not iron.
Store rolled up, starting with small end first.