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One of the leading neckwear manufacturers and suppliers in China, Shengzhou Jinfa Necktie Co., Ltd is specialized in producing and customizing competitive and quality neckwear products either OEM-based or self-branded, including Jacquard or woven, yarn dyed or printed silk or polyester neckties, scarves, shawls, stoles and bow ties, etc. more>>

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 Neckties are most important piece in formal dressing. Printed silk necktie is a narrow and lengthy fabric band hanging loosely from the neck worn by men under the collar and tied around the neck. 

The necktie is mostly made out of cloth materials like silk, polyester, cotton, wool, and linen. The main purpose of wearing a necktie is to hide the buttons on the shirt. There are variant forms of Neckties like Cravats, Bows, Butterflies, Bandannas, Bolos or Bootlaces, Jabots, Ascots, Anti-Neckties or Turtle Neckties, and Designer Neckties.

History of Neckties:
Though the Neckties became very famous in the 20th Century, the paintings and status of Egypt and China shows men wearing rectangular neckwear. The famous terracotta statues of army made in 210 B.C. during the reign of China's first emperor, Shih Huang Ti, have neckwear Neckties around them. In 106 B.C. Neckties was cloth worn around the neck and knotted like bandannas by Roman Military.

Ascot Neckties:

The ascot Neckties is a narrow patterned neckband with wide wings made of pale gray silk. The wings were held firmly with a pin. The Printed silk necktie got its name from Royal Ascot race meeting at Ascot Racecourse. It was earlier worn by upper class European in 1880s as a formal wear. Ascot was also popular in United States.

Bolo Neckties or Bootlace Neckties:
The bola Neckties or bolo Neckties is a piece of cord worn around the neck and clasped together with an ornamental piece. In European countries, it is known as "Bootlace Neckties." The first bolo Neckties was worn by Vic Cedarstaff in Arizona and was patented. It became official neckwear in Arizona in 1971. The bootlace Neckties became popular in 1950s with Teddy Boys who wore them with drape suits.

Turtle Neckties or the Anti-Neckties:
The Turtle Neckties or the anti-Neckties were worn by British writer Noel Coward in 1920s. This set a new trend. The French wore black turtlenecks in 1950s.

Lord Byron:
The famous poet, Lord Byron did not like to wear neck cloth. There were different types of Printed silk necktienamed after him. In 1820s, the Byron was a big floppy bow in black or white. In 1840s, this changed to string or narrow ribbon which changed to large readymade bow in 1860s.

Neckties were seen in European country the first time during the reign the French King Louis XIV. The king noticed the colorful silk Neckties worn by the Croatian army. The Neckties known as ‘Cravat' made of lace, muslin, or silk, trimmed with embroidery was favored by the king. It is believed that the word ‘Croat' could be mispronounced as the French word ‘cravat.' Cotton cravats were worn by poor people. The cravat spread to England in 1660 with the return of King Charles II to England after a nine years exile. Lace was commonly used by both men and women. The materials used for Neckties by the people besides lace were plaid scarves, ribbon, embroidered linen, and ordinary cotton. The soldiers used to wear thick neckwear to protect their neck from the swords.

BandannasPrinted silk necktie:
During the 17th Century, Bandannas, a piece of cloth worn around neck, was commonly used in India. British who came for trade started importing bandannas. The colors were vivid including hot colors like red, orange, and yellow and cool colors like blue, green, white, black, and pink. There bandanas had motifs of flower and birds. 

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