-Einstecktuch Crochet Green - Herr von Welt - Calabrese 1924
-Einstecktuch Crochet Green - Herr von Welt - Calabrese 1924
-Einstecktuch Crochet Green - Herr von Welt - Calabrese 1924
-Einstecktuch Crochet Green - Herr von Welt - Calabrese 1924

Pocket Square Crochet Green

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Crocheted around by hand: the white pocket square

Just like in the old pattern books from the family manufactory Calabrese from the twenties, we opted for a somewhat firmer cotton poplin. The handkerchief adorns the man's breast pocket and can also be used as a sturdy handkerchief if desired. These towels can be folded particularly well and accurately. They are by no means simply colorful, but rather subtle, classic and accentuated.

Tradition and handicraft from Naples

It is somewhat difficult to find knowledgeable ladies who can or want to do this fine handicraft today. We have succeeded in persuading retired employees of our Neapolitan manufacturer to continue doing their craft for us from home. As is so often the case, the beauty lies in the detail.

The crocheted pocket square in detail

  • Material: 100% cotton poplin
  • Edge carefully crocheted by hand
  • Color: White (Crochet: Green)
  • Size: approx 33x33 cm
  • Item number: POCCO6900000025green

Our Neapolitan pocket squares come in a white present box with silver embossing "Calabrese, Napoli - dal 1924" and the family crest.

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Mehr Infos

Seiden-Kamelie als Knopflochblume, Boutonnière.

Einstecktuch, Pocket Square, Mouchoir

Viele Namen für einen zeitlos-eleganten Klassiker. Das Einstecktuch ziert die Brusttasche entweder dezent gefaltet oder üppig drapiert. Das entscheiden Sie selbst. Ein eleganter, farbenfroher und, wenn gewünscht, auch dezenter Farbtupfer für den Herrn.

Die Menschen dahinter

Das 1924 in Neapel ge­gründete Fa­milien­­unternehmen Calabrese wird in der drit­ten und vier­ten Ge­­ne­ra­tion von Gaetano und Annalisa Cala­brese ge­­führt. Hier entstehen unsere Einstecktücher aus Seide und Wolle sowie jene handrollierten mit farbigem, teils gehäkeltem Rand.

Calabrese dal 1924

Familientradition seit 1924

Bei Gaetano und Annalisa Calabrese ist das Ge­schäft Familien­sache: ge­webt wird nach individuellen Ent­würfen in Neapel und im eigenen Atelier wird genäht. Bei unseren Besuchen vor Ort sind wir immer wieder aufs Neue von der vielen akribischen Hand­arbeit be­geistert.


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