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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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  • Two Swans Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Two Swans Tie Tack
    Depicted in the 8th to 10th century Book of Kells, the two swans are animals that mate for life. They show the unity between two people as a circle; a never ending bond that transcends all. Two as in one mind, thought and...
  • O'Carrolan's Knot Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options O'Carrolan's Knot Tie Tack
    This pattern named for the famous celtic harper is taken from the decorative illumination of the 6 th. to 8 th. century manuscript the " Book of Kells . It is formed from one line unsymmetrical but strangely balanced. It was...
  • Bridget's Moon Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Bridget's Moon Tie Tack
    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...
  • Tullylease Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Tullylease Tie Tack
    From a slab at Tullylease. This design of spirals unites in a central coil of North, South, East, and West , invoking the protection of the trinity in each quadrant; to guard, hold, and cherish from each set of three facing...
  • Tyrone Knot Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Tyrone Knot Tie Tack
    Probably the most powerful knot in the book . This design is a triquetra in it's simplest form it represents ( Mother Earth or the Triple Goddess ) showing affinity towards the world as it should be ( A Simply Thought ) and...
  • Bealin Knot Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Bealin Knot Tie Tack
    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...
  • Star of Eire Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Star of Eire Tie Tack
    Taken from a slab found at Mona Incha. The pattern uses one circular band forming four points in the centre. The loops make a cross with curved expanding arms. This can be interpreted as the star pattern or as a cross. The...
  • Duleek Knot Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Duleek Knot Tie Tack
    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...
  • Rosaleen Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Rosaleen Tie Tack
    This pattern consists of intertwining hearts, the points of the hearts making a star in the center. The hearts promote a sense of inner peace and act as a talisman. Overall the pattern ensures strong relationships while...
  • Fechin Cross Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Fechin Cross Tie Tack
    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...

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