A vintage British tie press, circa 1920s.
This is an early Everitt's tie press, marked PROV PAT (provisional patent).
The patents for this press were granted in the mid-1920s.
The accompanying Everitt's Tie Filler has a design number which was registered in 1910.
A very useful piece of equipment for a traditionally-minded gentleman.
Simple, square lines, sturdy, and equally suitable for use at home, or when travelling.
The tie filler is made of stout card, and was designed to be used with this tie press.
The clamp works very well, and the press functions well, despite its age.
The wood lies very flat, and is lovely and smooth.
Note: I have included a tie in the pictures, just to show how the tie filler works, and to give an idea of scale.
This tie is NOT included with the item.
12 inches (30 cm)