With a secret message etched on the inside, only he will know there's a note from you nestled near his heart. Or, if your guy is the type who likes to let his love show, etch your words on the front of this solid silver tie bar. Touching the raised writing on this tie bar will help him feel connected to the people and words that are important.
Personalize this solid sterling silver tie bar with a few words in your own or your children's handwriting, or I will write your words for you in my dip-pen calligraphy.
A meaningful and elegant accent for the well-dressed man, I create my tie bars by hand. Each one is buffed to a luminous satin finish, with polished edges and text to add a luxurious shine.
Crafted of heirloom quality solid sterling silver, I etch and forge my tie bars by hand in my Ohio studio. Starting with silver sheet metal, I cut and sand the silver until it is smooth, etch your inscription, then delicately buff it - all by hand.
A most meaningful, heirloom quality wedding, groomsmen, Father's Day and anniversary gift for men, this classic, personalized accessory will never go out of style. The pinch-style tie bar slides over the front and back sections of the tie, usually between the 3rd and 4th shirt buttons. The bar should extend about 3/4" across the front of the tie, but should not extend beyond the edge of it.
The length of the front of the tie bar is about 2", a little over 1/4" high and made of thick silver that feels substantial in weight.
Turn Around Time
14-21 Days +2-3 Days Shipping Time
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