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Ripon Silk Tie

£29.96(inc. VAT)

It’s the finishing touches that matter – and the Alan Paine Ripon Silk Tie is the perfect addition to any shooting man’s wardrobe.

Wear it out in the field or even to the pub on a Sunday afternoon – this tie is sure to complement almost everything in your country wear repertoire.

Plus, the lovely Alan Paine branded presentation box means that this luxurious silk country tie would make an excellent gift for the sporting man.

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It’s the finishing touches that matter – and the Alan Paine Ripon Silk Tie is the perfect addition to any shooting man’s wardrobe.

Wear it out in the field or even to the pub on a Sunday afternoon – this tie is sure to complement almost everything in your country wear repertoire.

Plus, the lovely Alan Paine branded presentation box means that this luxurious silk country tie would make an excellent gift for the sporting man.

  • Luxurious Pure Silk Outer.
  • Luxurious Branded Satin Lining.
  • Packaged In A Leather-Look Gift Box
  • Tie Length 150cm.

Like the Ripon Silk Tie? Find our full range of Alan Paine clothing here.

The Alan Paine brand was established in the historic market town of Godalming in Surrey, England in 1907. Wool and knitting industries were important sources of income in the area over a number of centuries. Evidence of this survives in the town’s emblem – a woolsack – which is still in official use today and was included in the Alan Paine crest through the years.

When William Paine founded our famous knitwear brand he originally named it Paines of Godalming. William discovered some knitting machines in an old warehouse behind the shop, taught himself and others to knit, and began to manufacture knitted garments, arguably developing the first cable knit sweaters.

In 2009 Alan Paine launched its country wear collection featuring stylish tweeds, performance waterproofs, versatile fleeces, quilts, knitwear and accessories.

Learn more about Alan Paine’s heritage here.