Hammer tie clip, silver – short
This tie clip in sterling silver has been hammered short by a local silver smith in Copenhagen. The hammer short is one of the most characteristic signs showing that the silver smith has been extra thorough and it is not as easy as it may sound. The hammer strokes have to be placed in a harmonious and unified way. To learn how to strike the hammer takes many years.
A tie clip is an accessory which still has a practical function that has not been replaced by anything. In its simplicity, it is just a question about maintaining the tie in its position in order to avoid that the tie will flutter or end up in the soup during dinner. No ties exist that just stay where they are supposed to and for practical reasons alone it’s logical to use a tie clip.
But once the tie clip is there, it is an advantage to make it in a great design, in good quality and make it express your good taste. Often the small details are more visible than the big lines and a tie clip from Men Up North will express self-assurance and a sense for detail.
All tie clips from Men Up North have been designed so that the design, in an organic way, flows together with the backside and the arm which holds the crocodile clip. This way of designing our tie clips will give you a truly special experience when wearing them.
Rinse in lukewarm water and soap and polish with our polishing cloth (enclosed). We do not recommend silver dip or the like, as such chemicals tend to ruin the surface.