Frans Hals silk pocket square - 'The Merry Drinker'0201042.00157
'The Merry Drinker' or in Dutch 'De vrolijke drinker' was painted by Dutch Master Frans Hals (1582-1666) between 1628 and 1630. This oil on canvas painting depicts a jolly man, wearing a leather jerkin, and a lace collar and cuffs. In his left hand he's holding a glass of white wine. It is believed to be a genre piece, rather than a portrait, and is part of the collection of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
The pocket squares are printed in Macclesfield, a town in England with a history of over 300 years of silk production and printing.
The edges of these pocket squares are expertly rolled by hand by our artisan tie maker in Italy.
- Size: 42x42cm (approx.)
- Printed in England
- Hand rolled in Italy