- A Fiáin wooden bow tie is something very special. The Harrison collection is ever so sophisticated. It's dashing looks are sure to start conversations. Pictured here in our 'Claddagh' speckled tweed. Carefully crafted from sustainably harvested Irish oak and the very best Donegal tweed. A fabulous wooden bowtie made just for you. Each bow tie is presented in a luxurious gift box which also includes a tree certificate. The wood used in this Carlton version features a 45 degree micro bevel, has been oiled & buffed to a matt sheen finish to look extra natural (The colour and grain of each bowtie varies, and is in itself a guarantee that each piece is unique)
We personalise the back (right side) of each wooden bowtie by laser engraving the following details:
- Unique serial number
- Tree Reference number
- Fiáin website url
Personalise further by having your first name and surname laser engraved on the back (left side).
- The adult Harrison version has an adjustable tweed necktie with luxurious black satin lining, so it's very comfortable to wear. It can be adjusted from aprox 15" to 21.5" to suit a variety of adult neck sizes. The overall dimensions of the adult Harrison is aprox 4.53" x 2.13" (115mm wide x 54mm high).
- A common sense approach should be taken in regard to caring for this unique bow tie! Do not dry clean this bow tie. Do not put this bow tie in a washing machine. Do not submerse in water. Do not use cleaning solutions that will mark or stain the fabric or wooden parts of this bow tie. Spot clean only with a clean cloth moistened with water. This is a unique bow tie made from wood and fabric, if cared for and stored correctly will last & be cherished for many years to come.
- The front of this bowtie is made from Irish grown oak. The knot around the centre of the bow tie, has a felt lining wrapped with Irish lambswool tweed. The adjustable neck strap is made from Irish lambswool tweed with a double satin lining. The hardware sets used are of a premium highly polished back gunmetal.
- We've named this beautiful speckled tweed 'Claddagh', which is now a suburb of Galway city, one which we live near & which we've grown up around. Many people around the world are familiar with the Claddagh ring, if they're not wearing one already! The area itself though has a colourful history, going back over a thousand years & regarded as the oldest fishing village in Ireland. The Claddagh is situated at the mouth of the Corrib river, and was once separated by this river, from the medieval walled in city of Galway. From the red sails on their boats to the present day views of the 'Spanish Arch', this tweed sums up our feelings of the 'Claddagh'.