In the 19th century bicycles evolved, thanks to the work of several different inventors. In 1817 Karl von Drais who is a German baron made the first development when he created a steerable, two-wheeled contraption. Instead of using clunky wooden prototypes that include chai, brakes or pedal, riders propelled the uses of a 50 pound frame forward by pushing off from the ground with their own feet. It was also known by many names such as ‘velocipede’, ‘hobby-horse’, ‘draisine’ and ‘running machine’ that made Drais as widely acknowledged as the father of the bicycle.
The Silver Bicycle Tie Bar was inspired from the article in the New York Times in 1869 that “the bicycle promises a splendid extension of personal power and freedom, scarcely inferior to what wings would give.” Combined with this eccentric piece is a bold shade of silver to magnify its distinguished hue that is often associated with grace and elegance. Pour yourself up with this coruscating piece and reflect luminosity with your simple accoutre.
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
Product Code: 1101-TB
Style : Clip-on
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