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Drones Club Tie

Japanese Wool Necktie - $148
or 4 interest-free payments of $37.00
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Drones Club Tie

Japanese Wool Necktie $148
or 4 interest-free payments of $37.00
by

Notes

Handmade in New York. 100% Japanese wool. Single embroidered drone bee motif. "Tipsy" Latin address label on back. 20% of the proceeds will be donated to the Honeybee Conservancy. Read more below.

Size & Fit

One size. 2 7/8 inches wide.

Provenance

"This tie is inspired by a combination of things: the Drones Club of Jeeves & Wooster; the Wu-Tang swarm; and the Rushmore Beekeepers." - Jack

About The Honeybee Conservancy

At Rowing Blazers, the bee has been an important part of our brand since the beginning. We've made hats and ties with a carefully embroidered bee motif, and many of our blazers feature brass buttons adorned with bee and bee-hive motifs.  Our double-breasted blazer is emblazoned with Latin proverb "Ubi mel ibi apes": "Where there is honey, there are bees."
But bee populations are dying at an alarming rate. And these tiny creatures play a gigantic role in our creating and maintaining our food supply, the stability of our ecosystem, and biodiversity. So we've decided to partner with the Honeybee Conservancy, a non-profit established in response to the bee crisis. The Honeybee Conservancy engages in education and outreach; and supports bee research and builds bee habitats, while increasing access to organic, sustainable food in under-served communities. And for this week - and for the next month - we are donating 20% of our proceeds from all four of our bee hats and our bee tie to the Honeybee Conservancy. Help us help the Honeybees, and visit thehoneybeeconservancy.org to learn more about what you can do for these magnificent little creatures.

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