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 Roadsmith
 
posted on September 19, 2004 05:21:04 PM new
I'm selling some of our fathers' old jewelry. Can someone tell me the difference between tie bar and tie clip? I know about tie pins, and have some to sell, but the other definition eludes me.

And is there a technical name for those little chains that hang off some of the tie bars/clips?
[ edited by Roadsmith on Sep 19, 2004 05:21 PM ]
 
 stonecold613
 
posted on September 19, 2004 08:21:32 PM new
A tie clip is the thing that holds your tie to your shirt.

A tie bar is an upper piece of your car that your cars radiator is attached.

Here is one that happens to be upside down.



 
 OhMsLucy
 
posted on September 19, 2004 08:22:33 PM new
Wise guy!

 
 Roadsmith
 
posted on September 19, 2004 09:50:43 PM new
Gawd, Stone! My ob-gyn has one of those, stirrups and all.

I'm serious now. I NEED to know why you guys call those things tie clips OR tie bars. I've seen both in men's jewelry on Ebay. Cough up!

 
 japerton
 
posted on September 19, 2004 09:58:32 PM new
scroll down to Tie Bar



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 Roadsmith
 
posted on September 19, 2004 11:08:07 PM new
By golly! Thanks, Japerton. So it's the same thing. Appreciate your help--and that site is a nifty one.

 
 
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