Gentlemen’s tie pins with distinctive Japanese inlay. The designs feature traditional Japanese patterns in a modern style.
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Inlay Tie Pin | Ginkgyo-TIE PIN
This carefully and expertly crafted inlay ginkgyo tie pin features a striking Ginkgyo design. In Japan, this design is a way of demonstrating humility, this beautiful design has been handcrafted onto this beautiful silver tie pin in Kyoto.
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Inlay Tie Pin | Chrysanthemum-TIE PIN
This distinguished chrysanthemum tie pin has been crafted to feature a delicate, intricate chrysanthemum design. Chrysanthemum “Kiku” is an auspicious flower which is used for Japanese emperor family crest historically and believed it as life extension. No matter the occasion, this piece will add a statement to any outfit.
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Inlay Tie Pin with Chain | Ginkgyo-TIE PIN
This carefully and expertly crafted chain ginkgyo tie pin features a striking Ginkgo design. In Japan, this design is a way of demonstrating humility. Ginkyo has the meaning of [Longevity] and [Wisdom] in Japan. This has been handcrafted from pure silver and gold on an iron plate to add luxury to any outfit and style.
not rated £39.99
Inlay Tie pin | Grape-TIE PIN
A distinguished grape Tie Pin with a traditional grape design. Beautiful handcrafted has the meaning of love and care.
Since ancient times, various techniques of inlay crafts have been used around the world. Originating from Damascus in Syria, it is said that the techniques of metal inlay crafts traveled along the Silk Road and reached Japan around the Asuka period (592-710).
Inlay crafts were initially used in creating weapons or utensils for religious ceremonies. One of the earliest examples of inlay techniques can be found on the ancient samurai sword Shichisei-ken, held at the Shitennoji Temple in Osaka. Here, intricate inlay decoration can be seen on both the blade and the end of the handle of this large sword. Another example can be found at the Shosoin Imperial Repository in Nara where a sword with gold inlay has been carefully preserved. At Yakushiji Temple in Nara, important symbolic Buddhist patterns are inlaid onto the palms and feet of their main Buddhist statue. Zinlay is a family business that is bringing this beautiful ancient technique to the modern world.
Our expert traditional Makers in Japan have never sold their products officially outside of their country. Their products are officially available on the Atelier Japan store.
Our makers have stood the stead of time. They have prevailed among huge global disturbances and are still unwilling to go backwards. We champion this aim to be the resilient partner of the digital age.