Dress to the nines with this exclusive Lamerie Candlestick Silk Necktie. This 100% silk necktie features the Lamerie Candlestick logo of the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum in an elegant, repeating pattern. Add this conversation piece to your wardrobe, or give it as a gift to the stylish man in your life! Imported.
- Made of 100% silk
- Red background with blue woven candlesticks pattern
- Packaged in an elegant gift box
- Includes story card
- Designed exclusively for Colonial Williamsburg
Fashioned in the London workshop of Paul de Lamerie, the candlesticks depicted in this design were commissioned by Sir Kendrick Clayton shortly after he succeeded his late father as the 2nd Baronet Clayton, of Marden, County Surrey. They have been the logo of the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum since its opening in 1985. The candlestick in the museum’s collection, one from a set of four, is sterling silver. Based on classical Ionic columns, these candlesticks were a strikingly modern design for 1745/1746.
View the Lamerie Candlesticks (Object Number: 1976-67,4A&B) in person at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum or in the online collections of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.