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We have a motto: It's never about the clothes or's about how the clothes or accessories make you and others feel. And when it comes to tie tacks, it's hard to deny that this accessory can make you feel that you are making a statement.

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When donning a tie tack, well-bred wealthy English gentlemen of the early 1800s did not lament about damaging their fine silk / satin ties or their starch-dusted cambric or muslin cravats with the prick of a tie pin. As a neckwear controlling device, the pin also represented personal expression through a single pearl, gemstone or precious metal, or even a monogram.

Yet today, using the keeper loop feels passé and boring. The attitude towards ties seems to be that a tie should be brought to life with an expressive tie knot twist that projects the fabric forward, a tie bar that adds a nice bend to the tie line , or a tail that sometimes hangs longer than the front of the tie.We like the idea of tie tacks. And, while it may not be wise to inject holes into every tie with these pins, those perfectly nice but lonely cravats in the closet that rarely see the light of day may be brought to life by adding a tack. And, of course knit ties already have natural holes and are great candidates for tie pins, not to mention larger tie tacks can be used as lapel pins by removing the chain.

And, if one suit accessory spawns a discussion, this is it. Wearing a tie pin requires a certain audacity, since it directly assaults the tie. And like a tattoo, except piercing fabric instead of skin, the choice of the tie tack usually symbolizes a sentiment or if it is vintage--a story.

There is a certain decadence associated with the tie pin since it is well known that the pin will make tiny holes in the tie. But for the men who dare, here we see some nice selections for gentlemen who prefer their ties tacked:

Whether your dog just won Best in Show or a new title in his favorite dog sport, you can show your pride in his accomplishments with this white bronze and sterling silver Rosette tie tack. Use as a tie tack for the perfect Father's Day gift, or pin it anywhere to show your pride! This item can also be personalized with up to 3 initials. Select "Tie Tack with Engraving" and enter up to three initials in the personalization box below.

Use Tie Tack before screening floors to remove oil and dirt. Helps promote better adhesion of the topcoat and prolongs the life of your screens. Great for periodic deep cleanings. Use the following Tie Tack cleaning systems for periodic deep cleaning, tacking between coats, and to reduce spreading contaminants during screen and re-coats.

Small fashion accessories can make a big difference. Tie tacks have a long history in menswear, and today they remain a functional accessory that exudes class while also adding a bit of flair to formal attire that may otherwise come off as unimaginative. Our stunning turquoise tie tacks take that concept a step further using timeless Native American designs and craftsmanship. If you want to own a brilliant conversation piece that will provide a lifetime of enjoyment, one of our tie tacks should fit the bill.

We carry a wide assortment of Native American tie tacks to fit your unique personality, including fine tie tacks crafted by famed Navajo artist Fritson Toledo. Choose from small, subtle pieces or large, bold tie tacks. Our handsome tie tacks feature authentic turquoise and genuine gold or silver settings. Our inventory is hand curated by experts in Native American jewelry, so place your order with complete confidence.

Sometimes it's the minor details that really bring an outfit to life. It's clear that our turquoise tie tacks are an understated yet eye-catching accessory, but they are also quite functional. In an office setting, a tie tack keeps your tie from taking a dip in your morning coffee when you lean over your desk. It also simply holds your tie in place so it's out of your way. Whether you are dancing at a ball or having dinner with the family, a tie clip is an accessory that often goes unappreciated until you go without it.

It is important to note that we only sell 100% authentic turquoise. Fake Native American jewelry has become a problem due to its recent rise in popularity, and we go to great lengths to make sure that every piece that we sell is genuine. Our turquoise tie tacks are made to be worn with pride, and we refuse to sell anything less than the best. Besides offering exceptional products at low prices, we also provide our valued customers with outstanding customer support every step of the way.

We make procuring high-end Native American jewelry and accessories easy, convenient, and safe. If you have any questions about our bestselling Native American tie tacks, we encourage you to call 1-888-476-4367 or send us a message to speak with one of our friendly experts. Our sophisticated tie tacks make wonderful gifts, or you can add one to your personal collection. Own a fascinating piece of Native American history. Place your order today.

This sterling silver tie tack reproduces a silver ear picker excavated in 1998 from the James Fort site. This remarkable tool combined the function of a scoop for ear wax on one end and a nail/tooth cleaner on the other.

Use the following Tie Tack cleaning systems for periodic deep cleaning, tacking between coats, and to reduce spreading contaminants during screen and recoats. The mixing ratios indicate water to Tie Tack ratio, so 3:1 would imply three parts water to one part Tie Tack.

Required by Pony Club for every member participating in Pony Club functions. This style features a push-through tack with a butterfly clasp on the back. Great for little hands that have a hard time fastening or Safety Back style member pin.

Tie pins and tie tacks are essentially one and the same. They work by piercing the center of your tie. A small clasp at the back secures the pin and fastens it to your shirt with a chain. Positioning on the tie can be the same as a tie bar or even as high up as just below your knot dimple.

Necktie accessories arrived on the scene in the mid-19th century... Original neckties were often made with luxurious materials such as silk and lace that were lightweight and likely to blow out of place. Enter the tie pin (or tack) which was initially used to secure neckwear and seemed to do the job sufficiently. However, in 1926, when tie design evolved by being cut on the diagonal to avoid lifting and creasing, the tie bar and clip came about and became the tie accessory of choice. Stabbing and maiming your necktie fabric was no longer necessary!

Alumni and friends of the College have the opportunity to personally celebrate YHC with a pendant or tie tack. Designed by New York-based artist Sarah Abramson, the pendant and tie tack feature Susan B. Harris Chapel, the oldest building on campus that is closely associated with many of the College's traditions. Built in 1892, the chapel is named in memory of the wife of Young L.G. Harris, one of the College's earliest benefactors and namesake. 041b061a72




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