In the 1700’s, skull and crossbones designs were used to describe any pirate flag and the term “Jolly Roger” has come to symbolize the ubiquitous skull and crossbones. Flying its flag signifies that a person, group or location were affiliated with or controlled by the pirate crew whom the flags belong to. A Jolly Roger allows someone to determine if they’re a pirate and the choose to bear their crews flag somewhere on their person including their clothing or even as a tattoo. Nations who understand the ideals of the Jolly Roger even certain individuals or groups or who have turned against the ideas of the World Government also raise the skull and crossbones for instance, the former Drum Kingdom and was later renamed as the Sakura Kingdom who flew Dr. Hiriiluk’s Jolly Roger as their national flag after the fall of Wapol.
The Jolly Roger Skull Tie Bar depicts the readiness to attack to protect its own territory as it is during the early 18th century. This tie bar was shaped not to represent role or status but to become a universal symbol that still invokes the image of a pirate centuries later. If you are looking for a tie bar that has a high statement about protection yet stylish enough to be worn on those formal events, then this tie bar will rock your formal attire together with your suit and tie.
This tie bar will cover roughly 3/4 width of our neckties and the full width of our skinny ties.
Length of Tie Bar: 5 cm
Colour: Antique Silver
Product Code: 1114-TB
Style : Clip-on
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