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There are few creatures in the world which divide opinion quite so much as the snake. The serpent has, throughout history, been all things to all men: the great temptation, feared as a predator, revered as a god, a symbol of love, of eternity, of danger and suspicion. There is something about the snake which captures the imagination – is it their undeniable beauty? The way that they move, so stealthily, so smoothly, and always ready to strike? Whatever the reason, these reptiles are a fitting subject for a high quality pocket square design. This stunning pocket square features eight bejeweled serpents, slithering their way across the silk, surrounded by patterns and borders which are reminiscent of native batik illustrations. The overall effect is one which manages to be both exotic and urbane at the same time, and something which recalls both ancient works of art, and the sidewinding streets of cities such as New York and London. Perfect for the modern individual who uses temptation to their advantage, and who slips and slides gracefully through their surroundings.
The inky black background and hem on this delightful hand-rolled pocket square allow the red, blue and orange snake pattern to vividly leap from the silk and truly catch the eye. The result is a high quality pocket square which appeals to the darker side, and plays with the concept of temptation, while remaining exotic, exciting and deeply sophisticated. This handkerchief would pair beautifully with a range of different outfits, but for the striking effect such a fine accessory deserves, wear it with a classic black suit, white shirt and red tie combination.