Dead Languages Tie

created by

Josh Bach

$45.00 $ 32.99

Josh Bach created by

Josh Bach

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A Universal Message

The dead languages tie will spark the interest of any art and history lover. Based on the steps leading up to the Los Angeles Library, this tie is a torso-length take on Jud Fine's sculpture, "Spine," which displays ancient languages, hieroglyphics, math, music, braille and all symbols of beauty and historical significance. Made in the USA and Korea.

Josh Bach

created by

Josh Bach

location

New York

“When I'm stumped, I walk around New York and look, listen, and explore. It never fails. I always stumble across something new or clever or overlooked or unexpected that gets me back in the groove.”

One day, Josh Bach looked down and realized that neckties are like blank canvases, and decided to infuse this classic men's accessory with wit and whimsy. Each of his eye-catching ties is designed to speak to its wearer's interests, whether he's into sports or stocks, music, or mathematics. "When I founded my company over twenty years ago, I was one of the few pioneers of 'thinking locally,'" he says. " I love living and working in New York and immediately realized that New Yorkers are creative, talented, hardworking, and skilled craftspeople—why not employ them and help the local economy?" Since 1993, his neckwear has been designed, printed, and sewn in the Big Apple.

Made from
nylon, silk
Measurements
58" L x 3.5" W x 0.25" H
Care
do not dry clean.
Item ID
21072

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within 8 days, arriving no later than the 9th business day after the order was placed.
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within 3 days, arriving 4 business days after the order was placed.
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within 2 days, arriving 3 business days after the order was placed.
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4.0

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67%

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5.0

The title is the tie

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from Cherry Hill, NJ

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Pros

  • Good Quality
  • Stylish

Cons

  • none

Best Uses

  • Office
  • Social
  • Travel

Comments about Dead Languages Tie:

I have been buying my hubbie unique ties for years, so I am always looking out for something different. It is. Color is rich.

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  • Yes

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3.0

Nice but not nice enough for the money

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from Loma Linda, CA

About Me Business Professional, Stylish

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Pros

  • Matches Most Suits
  • Stylish
  • Unique

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Office

    Comments about Dead Languages Tie:

    I gave this as a gift. I was disappointed that it felt stiff and not as silky as I expected it would be. Overall, he seemed to like it but we were both surprised it had no tag in it. Usually, the narrower end of the tie slides through the maker's tag to hold it in place. I just hope it holds up well.

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    • Yes

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    4.0

    Mostly awesome

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    from Boston, ma

    Comments about Dead Languages Tie:

    I'm a huge language nerd and this tie was a gift. I love it. But I've noticed that pi is not correct, and the Brahmi script is upside down. But im pretty impressed overall.

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    • Yes

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