Maharaja's Rifle – Naples, Pocket Square


A pure silk pocket square with antique hunting rifles nestling in an art deco display of roses

42cm x 42cm – Silk Twill – Hand-rolled Hems

These beautifully engraved Charles Lancaster rifles were known as 'paradox guns' because they can shoot both solid slugs or shot. They were made for the Maharaja of Joudhpur in 1862 and are surrounded by a geometric, art deco display of dusky red and peuce roses. This is a dark and mysterious pocket square with deep greens and rich browns which juxtaposes a sensual floral print with the explosive violence of the gun. 

Contrast with a pale blue jacket, lovely in a rich tweed and to die for in a charcoal grey blazer, this is more than just an accessory it is a conversation starter. 

This is a luxury pocket square which is big enough to create interesting folds, be used as a small neckerchief or even to wrap around your favourite summer hat.

Our silk squares are printed and hemmed in the England and come in branded presentation cases so they can be kept in pristine condition.

Furious Goose is a luxury British accessories brand for those who dare to be different. Our motto is 'Dress like an aristocrat... Accessorise like an anarchist!"

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