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Connemara Marble Tie Tack

Connemara Marble Tie Tack

This shamrock tie tack with inlaid Connemara marble is a one of a kind piece of men's Irish jewelry.
The Connemara marble shamrock tie tack was made for The Irish Gift House at our request by O'Connor jewelry; unfortunately O'Connor Jewelry is no longer in business. At one time we also had this piece in sterling silver but now only the gold shamrock tie pin remains.

Shamrock Tie Tack with Connemara Marble

This gold shamrock tie tack features inlaid Connemara marble along with a fob and chain.

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As we mentioned due to O'Connor Jewelry going out of business there are a very limited number of these Connemara marble shamrock tie tacks available, but we do have other Celtic tie tacks available including one with the Trinity knot. The Irish Gift House also has a collection of shamrock tie bars too.

The Irish tie accessories would go nicely with our assortment of Irish and Celtic cuff links that are available in both hinged and chain link styles. You may also take a look at the other masculine selections in our Celtic jewelry for men section including the men's Celtic bracelets and the men's Celtic necklaces; most of these designs are made from either stainless steel or from pewter metal.

Throughout our site we also feature additional sections that feature larger Irish jewelry with a brawny appeal; some examples include the Celtic cross necklaces for men and the men's Claddagh rings.  Additionally there are several masculine pieces in the History of Ireland jewelry collection from Solvar that include the History of Ireland ring and the large link bracelet.

Another source for larger Irish jewelry is in our many sections of Celtic wedding bands that obviously may be worn on any finger for any reason. Our most popular assortment is the silver Celtic bands followed by the combination gold and silver Celtic bands. If gold is your metal of choice we have a vast selection for you in our Celtic knot wedding bands and our Trinity knots bands, just to name two of the eight additional categories.