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Clarinet with music

The symphonic clarinet was invented by a German inventor named Johann Christoph Denner in the first part of the 18th century. This Clarinet with Music mens necktie features a large golden and black clarinet. This large orchestral instrument is contrasted against white sheet music on one half and a black background on the other half. This musical necktie is a classy and simple depiction of this beautiful instrument. A great gift for the clarinet player in your life and an awesome addition to any necktie collection.
UPC: 684357677865
SKU: 593100

Availability: In stock

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The symphonic clarinet was invented by a German inventor named Johann Christoph Denner in the first part of the 18th century. This Clarinet with Music mens necktie features a large golden and black clarinet. This large orchestral instrument is contrasted against white sheet music on one half and a black background on the other half. This musical necktie is a classy and simple depiction of this beautiful instrument. A great gift for the clarinet player in your life and an awesome addition to any necktie collection.

This tie is standard adult size (both in length and width) and should fit most adult men. That said, if you're extremely tall, short or a hulk of a guy and are not sure if this tie will properly fit you, please give us a call. We'd be more than happy to assist.

Hand crafted in 100% polyester to provide years of enjoyment.
Additional Info
Additional Info
Brand Steven Harris
Length Standard Adult - Approx 57 Inches long
Width Standard Adult - Approx. 3.75 Inches
Material No
Background Color Black
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