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This pocket square is made from pure silk hailing from the legendary Como region in Italy. The design transferred onto the fabric in classic colours is a great enhancement of a modern man's attire.
We manufacture each pocket square with care in our workshop in Poland. It takes about 1 hour to create one piece of pocket squre. This one was made by our craftwoman Iza.
- Artist: Dominque Louis Papety
- Original Title: "La Saltarelle" dance
- Date: ~1800
- Location: Cleveland Museum of Art
During the 15th century, La Saltarelle was a popular Neapolitan court dance named for its particular leaping step, after the Italian verb saltare (to jump). Lively and merry, it was played in a fast triple meter. In the 19th century, the saltarello was featured in the Carnival celebrations preceding Lent in Rome. After witnessing the Roman Carnival of 1831, the German composer Felix Mendelssohn incorporated the dance into the finale of one of his masterpieces, the Italian Symphony.