ARTISANSHIP: “A person that makes a high quality or distinctive product usually by hand or using traditional methods.”Based on these words is why and how this company has been created. This is the core value that makes it necessary in taking an ordinary product and transforming it into to art. Only with the skills and know how of these Neapolitan master tailors, are we able to achieve the excellence that today represents our product. Thanks to these masterful minds along with the finest silks, are we able to offer you our sartorial artisanship. Today we are humbled and proud to be able to call our ties “Works of Art.”

“He who works with their hands is a worker. He who works with their hands and mind is an artisan. He who works with their hands, mind and there heart is an artist.”

(San Francesco d’Assisi)

The Cut

It is the first real processing phase for the creation of a tie, made strictly by hand through the use of plaster and the classic tailor's scissors. The skill in this phase consists in cutting the fabric in the right direction following the patterns of the same, ie in "drittofilo". A cut made by art, in "drittofilo" and "sbieco" will allow the finished product to fall well without twisting and has no defect of wearability.



A fundamental phase for the creation of lined ties, it is also called "capping" and consists in inserting a core strictly in brushed wool. The lined tie has the right volume and a perfect consistency of the knot.


The Clutch Wire

The friction cord of the tie is one of the elements that is part

of the most ancient Neapolitan sartorial tradition. It is a single thread inserted by hand inside the tie, starting from the "rafter" up to the "blade". It is used to spread the folds of silk after using the tie.


The Joist

The "closure" of the tie, made exclusively by hand, is the seal that identifies the craftsmanship of the production.