Meyer Greentree was a German immigrant who established a men’s shoe and clothing store at 611 East Broad Street in Richmond Virginia in 1896. The store was built where The Richmond Theater has previously stood. Around 1928, Meyer Greentree added ladies Ready-to-Wear to their inventory. The store was owned and operated by the family until it closed in 1971.
This vintage 1940s Glenshire Foulard print necktie is made from deep maroon silk and is unlined. The print has green silk hexagonal shapes with a diamond shape in the center of each.
There is a small hole in the silk material on the front of the left side of the tie approximately 7” up from the blade.
And, the label is slightly soiled.
Label: Glenshire Foulard, Imported, Hand Blocked , All Silk
Total Length Point to Point: 50”
Width Across Blade: 4”
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Vintage 1940s Silk Glenshire Foulard Print Necktie Originally Sold at Meyer Greentree