The handkerchief - the token of good tasteSuch a handkerchief can be used as a pocket square as well. The smaller ones have a little less volume in the breast pocket, but the larger ones are also suitable. Our handkerchiefs with satin edges come from traditional companies "Alfred Pilz" from the Bohemian Hohenelbe and Pellens & Loick (PELO) from Berlin-Schoeneberg. Our collection directs its attention to the particularly elaborately woven models of traditional design: "Pliz handkerchiefs - always one step ahead."
Cloth handkerchiefs and pocket squares
Our two manufacturers mentioned above merged in 1947 in Aalen in Baden-Württemberg and still produce the very finest handkerchiefs true to the motto "Aalen wipes the nose of the world". The handkerchief used to be an indispensable companion in the trouser pocket and was often used as a handkerchief. Not to forget the nice gesture of helping out a lady with a finely woven handkerchief. The tearful object was then often left as a pledge of the lady's affection.
Fine linen from Hamburg
In Hamburg, handkerchiefs made of fine linen are expertly embroidered for us with a love of detail. You can blow your nose in there too. Really!
Hand-rolled cotton poplin
In Naples, these white handkerchiefs are rolled by hand for us. A discovery from our manufacturer's pattern books from the 1920s.
Who we are
If you're wondering who this Herr von Weltis and who is behind it, you can find out more about the idea, the curators behind it and their motives here.