HENRI (two-ply) – Red Spotted Handkerchief


Opt for elegance and adopt Henri – our two-ply summery white cotton handkerchief with red polka dots, hand printed with care in Montréal (Canada).

Why Henri? Read on for an exciting story to recount at your next dinner party. Oh, and curious to learn how to wear the handkerchief and how to use it? Read on below for our [bold] guide to adopting (and really using) handkerchiefs. And if you’re not convinced yet, you might want to know that should you adopt Henri, we’ll plant a tree. True Story.

  • One 11’’ x 11’’ two-ply red spotted handkerchief
  • Two-plies of 100% finely woven organic cotton sateen
  • Ethically handmade in Montréal (Canada)
  • One tree planted for each adopted handkerchief


15 in stock


The Story behind Henri.

In 1933, Henri Desgrange – father figure of the Tour de France, decided that the “king of the mountains” should be rewarded as well for his efforts. Nowadays, the king of the mountain proudly wears the distinctive red polka dot jersey; another demonstration that elegance can be fought for.


Style and Craftsmanship.

This unique organic two-ply red spotted handkerchief features hand printed red polka dots on thick, soft white cotton and is doubled with pure white organic cotton – still practical in size, but twice as absorbent. Henri is also available in our single-ply version, sleek, elegant and just thin enough to fit anywhere you please. Ethically made in Montréal (Canada), this thick cotton hanky represents elegance and commitment – in fact, we commit to planting a tree for each adopted handkerchief. Thanks to its quality materials, the TSHU handkerchief makes for a practical and durable accessory you’ll never leave the house without – as it is the perfect alliance of style and usefulness. Oh, and FYI, our hankies are not gender-specific. Ladies, gents – as long as you’re bold, this handkerchief’s perfect for you.



Additional information

Weight32 g






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