The handkerchief - a matter of tasteFormerly an indispensable companion in the trouser pocket, the handkerchief also often served as a pocket square. Not to forget the beautiful gesture of a lady with a finely woven handkerchief to help out. The tearful object was then often left as a pledge of affection for the lady. These handkerchiefs with hand-rolled hem and atlas edge came from traditional companies such as "Alfred Pilz" from the Bohemian Hohenelbe or Pellens & Loick (PELO) from Berlin-Schöneberg. Both manufacturers merged in 1947 in Aalen, Baden-Württemberg, and continue to produce the finest handkerchiefs, true to the motto "Aalen cleans the world's nose". Our collection focuses on the particularly lavishly woven models of traditional design: "Pilz-handkerchiefs - always one step ahead."