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Tie Tacks

As with the Lapel Pins, this smaller version can be worn with a Tie or on a Lapel, either alone or combined with Cuff Links.

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  • A'isling Cross Tie Tack
    $36.50 Choose Options A'isling Cross Tie Tack
    This emblem is known as the fret or key pattern. It developed simultaneously throughout the world. In the Native American culture it is used as a seasonal or changing symbol, in eastern thought as a positive directional...
  • Bealin Knot Tie Tack
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    Related strongly to the Star of Eire, the bealin knot is split into two bands the inner pattern intertwines through loops formed by the other forming a cross. It is seen many times in the Book of Kells, especially on some of...
  • Bridget's Moon Tie Tack
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    This pattern, named after Ireland's most celebrated Abbotress Bridget or female saint , but Bridge or Bridget also affiliated to the triple goddess dates to before Christian times , this pattern I first found carved in the...
  • Caithlin Cross Tie Tack
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    This equal sided cross is often found on the top of High Crosses in Ireland , Scotland or Wales was probably the first type of cross worn by the converted Christians in Ireland also known as a Scottish cross , it has four...
  • Clare Pattern Tie Tack
    $36.50 Choose Options Clare Pattern Tie Tack
    I dedicate this pattern to the Irish People from Co. Clare who left from Cork in Ireland to America headed for America and a " better life", during the famine around 1845. The balance of heart and soul that heCL build this...
  • Duleek Knot Tie Tack
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    From the south cross at Duleek, Co. Meath. Duleek is set in a spiritual glen linked to pagan times. This symbol is found in many old druid patterns. The circle which encompasses the pattern is a symbol for completeness and...
  • Fancy Tri-Skell Tie Tack
    $36.50 Choose Options Fancy Tri-Skell Tie Tack
    Originating in pre-christian times, the central tri-skell is a protectorant in travel and battle, and can be found in Ancient British and Pictish Artwork on standing stones. A magical symbol, (a recapitatative impulse). The...
  • Fechin Cross Tie Tack
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    One continuous band circulating into four quadrant shaped knots. This symbol is believed to be the guardian of the spirit. The quadrants represent protection in the four directions. This symbol is found on the high cross at...
  • Iona Knot Tie Tack
    $36.50 Choose Options Iona Knot Tie Tack
    This symbol indicates achieving peace within oneself. The pattern is often used as a talisman, created by one continuous line forming four three-part triquetras which represent eternity, fidelity, and unity to a thought,...
  • Lover's Knot Tie Tack
    $36.50 Choose Options Lover's Knot Tie Tack
    This pattern is found carved in stone at Meigle in Perthshire, Scotland. It is created from one continuous line, which represents eternity, fidelity, and unity to a thought, person or idea. The inner pattern consists of four...

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