19th Century Men's Accessories
Cravat or Stock:
Starts at $10 to sew + materials
linen, cotton, silk
The cravat is a long rectangle of cloth that is wrapped around the neck, much like a tie today. There were many ways of tying this accessory and in the Regency Era each variation had to be perfect. Cravats came in many colors, but white was the most common. Starch was used to create a perfectly crisp look.
Fold your cravat over this oval pad and tie it around your neck to make that perfect stovepipe look of the early 19th century. Made from wool covered in cotton in our choice of materials.
Here is one of the most popular images on how to tie a Regency Neckcloth