A solid silver hand-stamped personalised tie slide to keep your tie in place.
Our tie slide is simple in design yet offers that perfect finishing touch. An ideal gift for the groom or best man, usher, father of the bride or for daily wear.
Your initials are handstamped onto the small hand-forged silver plaque on the front of the tie slide, which adds to the quirky unique feel of this handcrafted design.
5cm x 6mm
Solid Sterling Silver 925.
Silver and other metals are prone to tarnish, this oxidising process is a natural occurrence but some substances in our daily lives will speed the process up. Soap, hairspray, perfume, food, latex, perspiration and even the natural oils on our hands can tarnish metals more quickly.
We recommend that you use a good quality jeweller's cloth regularly as part of your jewellery cleaning routine. You should always remove jewellery before showering or swimming as metals can react with shampoo, chemicals and chlorine.
As with all jewellery, links and clasps can be opened or broken if not treated with care. Please check your jewellery carefully when you receive it and contact us within 7 days if it is delivered faulty or damaged. Your jewellery is fully guaranteed for 6 months against faulty workmanship or materials - although this does not cover accidental damage, misuse or wear and tear.
This does not affect your statutory rights.
Your tie slide will be handmade to order for you & the personalisation will be hand stamped, letter by letter, using individual hand held steel stamps and a very heavy hammer. Hand stamping takes time to complete and the end result is very different to machine aligned & engraved lettering (hurrah!) and that's why we do it; we want to achieve a look that is unique, quirky & clearly created by a human hand.
So, if you like perfect imperfection, hand stamped is for you!
However, if you like all your letters in a perfect line we do offer machine engraved items, but not this one; this one is just too special!
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Monogram Silver Tie Slide
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