Drakes super repp Regimental tie Queen's own Buffs
Drakes super repp Regimental tie Queen's own Buffs
Drakes super repp Regimental tie Queen's own Buffs

Drakes super repp Regimental tie Queen's own Buffs

€ 165.00

€ 136.36
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Drakes

(Royal West Kent and Royal East Kent Regiments Amalgamated)

A lot of clothing has Military, University or Sportive roots, even ties... Or mainly ties?

That why we decided to bring you 20 different ties, launched in 5 drops, 4 series each.

Made in the highest quality "Super Repp" silk, in the way we like them best, untipped! This is unusual for this kind of tie, but looks much better and makes a more subtile tie. Anyway, it's our tie, so we can do whatever we want as long we respect the  stripes!

And we do, we took a dive into history and you can enjoy our research! 

In 1881, after the Cardwell and Childers Reforms, regimental numbers were abolished. The 51st King's Own Light Infantry became the 1st Battalion, King's Own Light Infantry (South Yorkshire Regiment) and the 105th became its 2nd Battalion.The Childers Reforms also combined Militia and rifle volunteer units into the regiments formed in 1881. Accordingly, the 1st West Yorks Rifles Militia became the 3rd Militia Battalion, while the 3rd Administrative Battalion West Riding of Yorkshire Rifle Volunteer Corps became the 1st Volunteer Battalion.In 1897, the regimental title was changed to the King's Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry).

The 1st battalion was stationed at Limerick from 1899 until they in September 1902 transferred to Aldershot.

The 2nd battalion (105th) was stationed at Malta in 1884, moved to British India in 1887, then to Mauritius in February 1899.Following the outbreak of the Second Boer War in October 1899, the battalion transferred to South Africa, where it fought at the Battle of Modder River in November 1899.The battalion stayed in South Africa throughout the war, which ended in June 1902 with the Peace of Vereeniging. In October that year 790 officers and men of the battalion left Point Natal on the SS Staffordshire bound for Malta.

With the creation of the Territorial Force in 1908, the 1st Volunteer Battalion was reorganised as the 4th Battalion at Bank Street in Wakefield (since demolished)and a 5th Battalion was also raised at Frenchgate in Doncaster (since demolished), while the 3rd Battalion was transferred to the Special Reserve.

Here you are!

 

8 x 147 cm 100% silk made in London