Silk Pocket Square - Wine regions of France - Rampley & Co

Silk Pocket Square - Wine regions of France - Rampley & Co


Silk pocket square from Rampley&Co featuring a beautiful Fine Drinking map of the principle wine regions of France, made by Mary Holdsworth c.1950.

It was issued by the houses of Ayala Champagne, Croizet Brandy and Rocher Liqueurs and sold by The International Wine Library, booksellers to the wine and spirit trade in Montreal, Canada. It is a very unusual and highly decorative map.

  • 100% Silk

  • Hand-rolled

  • Designed and Printed in Britain

  • 42cm x 42cm

We particularly like this pocket square with either a dark or grey jacket as the white and yellow tones provide a nice contrast and subtle pop of colour. In a puff fold you can use the different colours representing the regions for an added dash of colour, or even display the place names as a natural conversation starter.

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Rampley & Co was born out of a passion to create elegant accessories through innovative design, the best available fabrics and quality craftsmanship. The brand collaborates with partners such as the National Gallery, the British Museum and the V&A to create accessories that are both interesting and unique.

All their products are manufactured in Britain, produced in factories with rich histories that span hundreds of years of textile production. It is this blend of true craftsmanship developed through the ages with interesting and historical designs that make Rampley&Co products truly remarkable.