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Vintage Celtic Wooden Tie or Cravat Pin

 

A tie pin (or tiepin, also known as a stick pin/stickpin) is a neckwear-controlling device, originally worn by wealthy English gentlemen to secure the folds of their cravats. They were first popularized at the beginning of the 19th century. Cravats were made of silk, satin, lace and lightly starched cambric, lawn and muslin, and stickpins were necessary accoutrements to keep these expensive fabrics in place and safe. 

 

The Tie Pin will come on a Rock Follies Premium Collection Vintage Card and will be packed in a Rock Follies Vintage Box

 

Details

Design: A wooden circular tie pin face with double Celtic crosses of silver, set into a gold tone metal base. which diameter across ½” (1.2cm)

Back: Pinch stud backing with a chain and T bar to secure inside buttonhole of shirt

 

Measurements:

Measurements of box 3 ¼ “x 2 ½ ‘(9cm x 7 cm)

Vintage Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition:

 

The tie photographed is not include please look at our Cravats, Ties and Scarf Collection for more information or search by the reference no.

Tie: TCC011

 

Vintage items are not new they date back to a particular era, some have survived in amazing condition, while others may show some signs of age, but we feel they still deserve to make it into our collection. Therefore, we have listed our items into three Conditions:

 

  • Excellent Vintage Condition: Means the item is in great shape for its age. (Most of our stock will fall into this category)

    Celtic Cross Tie or Cravat Pin

    SKU: MA062
    £14.00Price
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