Michigan Opera Theatre Stained Glass & Plaster Ornament Necktie
Michigan Opera Theatre Stained Glass & Plaster Ornament Necktie. Architectural detail from The Detroit Opera House's Ford Lobby. Wondering how to suit up proper for the opera? Rock this unforgettable kaleidoscopic geometric printed necktie, designed from jaw dropping stained-glass ceiling and plaster ornament details from one of Detroit's premier Italian Renaissance masterpieces.
• Vegan safe, silky-soft microfiber
• Eco-friendly, full color sublimation print
• One face of fabric is printed, solid white reverse
• MOT logo graphic on reverse tail
• Necktie print size: 35" from bottom point.
• When knotted: Yes, the design shows on the knot for most wearers
• Tie size: Choose standard or narrow
Proceeds will benefit Michigan Opera Theatre’s Education and Community Programs Departments.
Following an extensive renovation and transformation, Michigan Opera Theatre reopened the old Capitol Theatre as the DETROIT OPERA HOUSE in 1996 with a gala concert featuring Pavarotti. With the goal to restore the building to its original splendor, no cost was spared in restoring every detail that architect C. Howard Crane incorporated to sweep Detroiters off their feet, including this spectacular stained-glass ceiling and plaster detail.