Amadeus Bow Tie
A monochromatic marvel of woven design. This is one serious in depth pattern with a finely detailed teardrop over a textural wonderland of woven squares that are interspersed with shadowy swirls of darker red.
The last picture on the left is what inspired us to name this bow tie Amadeus. This photograph was taken inside St Bavo church in the Dutch city of Haarlem. Behind the bow tie is the great Haarlem organ which was the largest organ in the world when built in the 1730's. The organ was so famous that Amadeus Mozart played it at 10 years old to showcase his abilities to the world.
The organ was so well known that Herman Melville compares it to the inside of a whales mouth in his book Moby Dick:
"Seeing all these colonnades of bone so methodically ranged about, would you not think you were inside of the great Haarlem organ, and gazing upon its thousand pipes?"