Gamebird Ties

Show your love of the sporting traditions with our handsome silk gamebird neck tie.


Handsome sporting silk neck ties with pheasant or mallard motif. Perfect for estate shooting or casual dress. 42" long with wide profile. Gold silk lining. Silk gamebird neck ties in vintage red, navy. 100% silk. Dry clean. Imported.


Overall: Show Rating Distribution 5.0 / 5 based on 3 reviews


3 of 3 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.

  • 5/5

    Great tie - 1/17/2013
    By: from Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Terrific tie, very well made, holds its shape nicely - shipment arrived just in time for game dinner season!

  • 5/5

    Quality! - 9/20/2012
    By: from New Zealand

    Excellent tie. Well made (appears to be made by Laksen) top quality. I got the red and it looked good on at the last driven pheasant shoot of this season.

  • 5/5

    Beautiful Tie for a clothes Horse - 2/2/2012
    By: from Southfield, MI

    I ordered and just received the navy blue Pheasant tie. The silk material has a great feel and heft and the color and detailing of the birds is very nice, and I should be a good judge, this brings my tie collection up over 100. I have been invited to a wild game dinner at a private club and will be sporting this tie for sure!


English Shooting Glossary

Driven Shooting - The practice of driving birds toward a line of “guns.” Generally there are four to five drives on a given shoot, the primary gamebirds being partridge, pheasant, and grouse.

Walked-Up Shooting - Generally a line of guns moving forward about 100 yards apart behind flushing spaniels. Very popular in Ireland.

Guns - Those members of the shoot who are actively engaged in shooting as opposed to the beaters, pickers-up, and gamekeeper.

The Shooting Line - At each drive the guns pick a number, which places them in a certain position called a “peg” on what is called the shooting line.

Beaters - Generally field sports enthusiasts, often with a spanile or two, whose job it is to walk toward the shooting line driving the birds into the air and toward the guns.

Pickers-Up - Retriever handlers whose job it is to stand behind the guns, identify the shot birds and send their retrievers after the downed birds.

Gamekeeper - The honored profession of overseeing the estate’s game populations and ensuring that there is always sufficient game for the day’s shoot.

The Bag - The number of birds downed at the end of the day.

Ground Game - Rabbits, hares and foxes that are pushed during a drive. Generally not allowed to be shot for safety reasons.

Woodland Rides - Small clearing in the woods where the shooting is often more difficult.

Right and Left - The art of shooting two birds with consecutive shots without dismounting the gun.

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