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Necktie Gallery

A necktie is a piece of clothing that has been around for centuries, and it continues to be an important part of men’s fashion today

Choose from 590 items in our Necktie Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Necktie Gallery: Princess Elizabeth, future Queen Elizabeth II, Girl Guide
Princess Elizabeth, future Queen Elizabeth II, Girl Guide
Necktie Gallery: RUPERT BROOKE (1887-1915). English poet. Photographed, 1913, by Sherill Shell
RUPERT BROOKE (1887-1915). English poet. Photographed, 1913, by Sherill Shell
Necktie Gallery: F C Burnand / Vanity Fair
F C Burnand / Vanity Fair
Necktie Gallery: Portrait of Paul Guillaume, 1916 (oil on canvas)
Portrait of Paul Guillaume, 1916 (oil on canvas)
Necktie Gallery: Portrait of Oscar Wilde - Irish Playwright sitting in chair
Portrait of Oscar Wilde - Irish Playwright sitting in chair
Necktie Gallery: Womens Hockey Team, Captain is future Mrs Ernest Shackleton
Womens Hockey Team, Captain is future Mrs Ernest Shackleton
Necktie Gallery: RUPERT CHAWNER BROOKE (1887-1915). English poet. Photographed in 1913 by Sherril Schell
RUPERT CHAWNER BROOKE (1887-1915). English poet. Photographed in 1913 by Sherril Schell
Necktie Gallery: ARROW SHIRT COLLAR AD, 1912. American advertisement by J.C. Leyendecker for Arrow shirt collars
ARROW SHIRT COLLAR AD, 1912. American advertisement by J.C. Leyendecker for Arrow shirt collars
Necktie Gallery: ALEXANDER von HUMBOLDT (1769-1859). German naturalist. Mezzotint, 1859, by John Sartain
ALEXANDER von HUMBOLDT (1769-1859). German naturalist. Mezzotint, 1859, by John Sartain
Necktie Gallery: Samuel Murray, c. 1890. Creator: Thomas Eakins
Samuel Murray, c. 1890. Creator: Thomas Eakins
Necktie Gallery: Portrait of Samuel Sewall, in periwig and long coat, c1700-1720, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Portrait of Samuel Sewall, in periwig and long coat, c1700-1720, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Necktie Gallery: FEDERAL RESERVE, 1914. District Governors of the Federal Reserve
FEDERAL RESERVE, 1914. District Governors of the Federal Reserve
Necktie Gallery: Illustration of a scene of the theatre piece 'Elles tirera'by Andre Birabeau (1890-1974)
Illustration of a scene of the theatre piece "Elles tirera"by Andre Birabeau (1890-1974)
Necktie Gallery: John Stirling Ainsworth
John Stirling Ainsworth
Necktie Gallery: Daniel Auber / 1861
Daniel Auber / 1861
Necktie Gallery: Daniel Auber / Gramm
Daniel Auber / Gramm
Necktie Gallery: Smiling clown in overalls and bow tie holding a bunch of helium baloons, front view
Smiling clown in overalls and bow tie holding a bunch of helium baloons, front view
Necktie Gallery: Glenda Farrell - American Movie Actress
Glenda Farrell - American Movie Actress
Necktie Gallery: COSTUME / MACLISE 1850S
COSTUME / MACLISE 1850S
Necktie Gallery: DANIEL AUBER
DANIEL AUBER
Necktie Gallery: Necktie - Wm of Orange
Necktie - Wm of Orange
Necktie Gallery: COSTUME / NECKTIE 1861
COSTUME / NECKTIE 1861
Necktie Gallery: Columbia River Highway, Oregon, USA - Wahkeena Falls
Columbia River Highway, Oregon, USA - Wahkeena Falls
Necktie Gallery: Louis XVI, King of France - oval portrait
Louis XVI, King of France - oval portrait
Necktie Gallery: Absence cannot hearts divide
Absence cannot hearts divide
Necktie Gallery: Old Gent at Volendam, The Netherlands - Traditional Costume
Old Gent at Volendam, The Netherlands - Traditional Costume
Necktie Gallery: Victorian man wearing tweed lounging jacket
Victorian man wearing tweed lounging jacket
Necktie Gallery: Marquess of Conyngham
Marquess of Conyngham
Necktie Gallery: Male Type / Wyndham 1889
Male Type / Wyndham 1889
Necktie Gallery: Male Type / E D Ward 1890S
Male Type / E D Ward 1890S
Necktie Gallery: Male Type - Cautley Actor
Male Type - Cautley Actor
Necktie Gallery: Costume / Richard Wallace
Costume / Richard Wallace
Necktie Gallery: WALTER CRANE 1845-1915
WALTER CRANE 1845-1915
Necktie Gallery: 1st Duke of Devonshire
1st Duke of Devonshire
Necktie Gallery: Henry Viscount Chaplin
Henry Viscount Chaplin
Necktie Gallery: Lfc Breguet / Figuier
Lfc Breguet / Figuier
Necktie Gallery: Sir Lumley Skeffington
Sir Lumley Skeffington
Necktie Gallery: Ingres / Pierre Petit
Ingres / Pierre Petit
Necktie Gallery: Charles Cotton / Duncan
Charles Cotton / Duncan
Necktie Gallery: Charles Cotton / Corbould
Charles Cotton / Corbould
Necktie Gallery: Barnave / Jones
Barnave / Jones
Necktie Gallery: Antoine Pierre Joseph Marie Barnave
Antoine Pierre Joseph Marie Barnave
Necktie Gallery: John Quincy Adams / Harper
John Quincy Adams / Harper
Necktie Gallery: Wagner - Gerard - ILN
Wagner - Gerard - ILN
Necktie Gallery: Wagner - young 1853
Wagner - young 1853
Necktie Gallery: Wagner - Weger
Wagner - Weger
Necktie Gallery: Baron Brougham & Vaux
Baron Brougham & Vaux


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A necktie is a piece of clothing that has been around for centuries, and it continues to be an important part of men’s fashion today, and is a long strip of fabric that is worn around the neck, usually under the shirt collar and knotted at the throat. Neckties come in many different styles, colors, fabrics, and patterns and can be used to express individual style or to make a statement about one’s profession or interests. The history of neckties dates back to 17th century Croatia when Croatian soldiers wore brightly colored scarves as part of their uniform. This style eventually spread throughout Europe and became popular among fashionable men in England during the 19th century. By the early 20th century, neckties had become an essential accessory for businessmen and other professionals in America as well as Europe. Today there are many different types of ties available on the market ranging from classic silk ties to more modern designs made from synthetic materials such as polyester or microfiber. The width of a tie can range from 2 inches (5 cm) up to 4 inches (10 cm). The length also varies depending on personal preference; some people prefer longer ties while others prefer shorter ones that hit just below their belt line. Ties are typically worn with dress shirts but they can also be paired with casual shirts such as polos or t-shirts for more relaxed looks. When choosing a tie it is important to consider both color and pattern; solid colors are usually best for formal occasions while bolder patterns may be better suited for casual events like parties or barbecues. When wearing a tie it should always be tied correctly; this means making sure that all four corners are even before knotting it at your throat level with your top button done up so that no fabric hangs down past your waistline when you stand up straight with your arms by your side , and is also important not to wear too tight knots which can cause discomfort over time; instead opt for something slightly looser so you don’t feel restricted when moving around throughout the day . Overall , neckties remain an essential part of men’s fashion today , whether you choose classic designs or something more modern . With so many options available , there’s sure to be something out there perfect for any occasion .