ED WIENER Vintage Sterling Silver Tie Bar Clip
Native New Yorker Ed Wiener was an American Modernist jewelry designer who worked predominantly in silver, later branching out to include gold and precious jewels in his designs. His style emerged during the Abstract Impressionist movement of the late 1940s and is known for its organic designs that emphasize bold shapes, layered dimensions, and various textures. He continued to work up until his death in 1991, and his wonderful designs are still loved and highly sought after.
This simple, yet striking Vintage tie bar clip from the 1950s is a wonderful example of Ed Wiener's work! Made of sterling silver, the tie clip has a simple bar design that slides onto a tie to keep it securely in place. The piece has a smooth surface with two raised, angular bars that rest on the top, adding an eye-catching visual accent. A darkened patina has been included in between each bar to add depth to the dimension of the overall look. Stamped on the underside of the tie bar is the authentic "ED. WIENER" signature and "STERLING". A perfect everyday piece for the modern gentleman, this wonderful tie clip by an excellent maker would make a special addition to any collection!
Measurements: The tie bar clip measures approximately 2 5/8" long, 3/8" wide, and 1/4" thick.
Condition: The overall condition of the tie bar clip set is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the crystals or to the gold settings. The tie clip is secure and in good working condition.