Think elegance, the "quality of being graceful and stylish in appearance." You don't have to touch an item to determine if it's elegant. Grace and style are apparent in visual clues such as the flow of a line and the beauty of a color. Knowing the vendor's quality, the value inherent in the retailer's name, also assures elegance. Pineda Covalin is just such a name.
When you're looking for a truly excellent tie, Pineda Covalin's online boutique is the perfect place to buy. Why online? Because online shopping allows you to shop from the comfort of home, any time of the day or night, avoiding crowds and other inconveniences. However, the special benefit of buying online is enjoying current international trends without the expense of traveling. The world is at your fingertips, offering unlimited opportunities to find the beautiful. The unusual. The elegant.
Pineda Covalin offers high quality ties made from fine Korean silk. This means a silky sheen, rich texture and a wonderfully straight drape. The material's surface is smooth and flexible. Let's look at a couple of these singular ties.
- Mayan Architecture Green Slim Tie - This is a unique and striking design depicting the remarkable artistry of ancient Mayan cities. It exudes the sense of reverence associated with the Mayan architecture once preeminent in Mesoamerica. Artist Deborah Lijitzain created this design.
- Mayan Glyphs Black Slim Tie - This incredible design comes from Mayan glyphs discovered at the Tonina archeological site in Chiapas, Mexico. Carved on stela, these glyphs recorded the Mayan belief in the third creation of the universe. The scheme on this tie specifically represents an underworld ball game between two Mayan rulers. The presentation is eye-catching!
- Talavera Fuscia Slim Tie - Fuscia is a provocative color for a man...and women love it! The design represents Talavera pottery produced by artisan potters in Puebla near the last part of the sixteenth century. Originally intended for daily use, these delicate utensils were so creative they became as much art as hardware.