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Boxing Hares Silk Tie

Boxing Hares Silk Tie

SKU:41-270

Regular price $52.00 USD
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DESIGNER'S NOTES

This Fox & Chave woven silk tie features a repeat design of Hares 'boxing', in contrasting shades over a stone blue ground.

The British Hare, scientifically known as Lepus europaeus, is a native mammal inhabiting the UK's open fields, grasslands, and woodlands renowned for its distinctive long ears and agile speed. Hares 'boxing' is a behaviour observed during mating season, typically in March. Contrary to appearance, it's not a fight but a courtship ritual. Females will sometimes box males to test their stamina and whether they would make a suitable mate.

COLOURS

STYLING

A Fox & Chave silk tie looks best tied in a classic Windsor or half-Windsor knot and worn with a collar style of your choosing.  Cutaway or spread collars offer the greatest opportunity to display the detail of your unique silk tie design. 

WOVEN

FABRIC

100% Silk Twill

DIMENSIONS

150 cm x 8 cm

RANGE

SIZE

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FINISH

Hand finished

CARE

Dry Clean Only

RETURNS

The Hub Marketing Services Ltd t/a Fox & Chave will provide refunds or exact replacement products for all valid returns. Returns must be requested via email from us at: enquiries@foxandchave.com within 28 days of product delivery. In your email request for a return please enter the word "return" in the subject field and include in the text of your message the following information:

 

1. Order number
2. Title and description of product being returned
3. Reason for return
4. Your name, daytime telephone number, and email address

 

Within 72 hours of receiving your request, The Fox & Chave website, will send return instructions to your email address along with any additional instructions. Items must be returned in the original packaging (or its equivalent).
Send any questions regarding returns via email to: enquiries@foxandchave.com

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