Neckotiemus-Patron Saint of Neckties


Oil on linen canvas


The history of the origin of the modern necktie begins in first century China and the Chinese warriors under China’s first emperor, Qin Shin Huang. Later in 17th century France, King Louie XIII made what became known as La Cravat, French for [neck] tie a mandatory accessory for Royal gatherings.

Torenzo has written an award winning fictional short story about how Neckotiemus became the fashion maven  of Milan and late, canonized as the Patron Saint of Neckties. More about this historical figure may found at

Torenzo wrote an award winning fictional short story about Neckotiemus and how became a fashion icon leading to his being canonized into sainthood.

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 16 × 20 in

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