In June 1914 Edward VIII joined the Grenadier Guards. He was made staff officer to Sir John French a commander-in-chief of the British Expeditionary Force instead of what he volunteered as active duty on the outbreak of the First World War in August. Edward chaired the Patriotic Fund for the soldiers and sailors' care and even visited the British Empire and Dominions troops including Canada. In 1918 armistice was signed when Edward was still with the Canadian Corps by this his admiration to the Canadian troops emerged.
The Duke of Windsor Gold Tie Bar symbolizes how kind and soft hearted the abdicated King Edward was and how he was a man full of courage. With its brilliant shade of gold that is full of sophistication, we bring to life a gear that braces the meaning of how to be a true gentleman whatever trials he may face. Having this tie bar is taking part in the summoning of the King to be benevolent with a heart of gold.
This tie bar will cover roughly 3/4 width of our neckties and the full width of our skinny ties.
Length of Tie Bar: 4.8 cm
Product Code: 1144-TB
Style : Clip-on
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