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Josh Bach Father's Day Statement Ties

Father's Day is just around the corner, so I know I'm on the late freight with this.  But the late freight is right on time for those who are running late.  So, if that's you, hop aboard and check out these cool neck ties.  Check them out even if you're not running late, because there are always birthdays and Christmas and all the other events you early birds prepare for in advance. 

The "Father's Day tie" can be a cliche if you're talking just any old tie.  But there are some very cool handmade ties to be had these days, made by designers with a sense of style, quality, and humor.  I make my case with these three by Josh Bach.  They are high-quality, unusual, witty and fun (to give and to wear).

Baseball Stadiums TieBaseball Stadiums Tie by Josh Bach

This navy blue silk Baseball Stadiums Tie is printed with sketches of demolished ballparks, including Ebbets Field, The Polo Grounds, Connie Mack Stadium, Forbes Field, Crosley Field, and Comiskey Park.  It's a great gift for a baseball loving dad, especially an old-time baseball loving dad.

Constitution Tie

Constitution Tie by Josh BachThis revolutionary red silk Constitution Tie is printed with a faithful facsimile of our founding document, putting the opening phrase "We the People" in a spotlight position.  This beautiful tie is a wonderful gift for history loving dad, a red tie loving dad, or any dad that wants the last word on the constitutional arguments that pop up everywhere these days.

Bach by Bach Tie

Bach by Bach Tie by Josh Bach

This silk aged parchment colored Bach by Bach Tie is inscribed with hand-drawn music notation by Bach (the composer).  This is a perfect gift for a music loving dad, or any dad who likes to make a humorous statement in quietly elegant style. 

Each of these ties is $49 at UncommonGoods.  Just click the image for details or to order.  Or check out more witty conversation piece ties by Josh Bach, here.