A wallet is a perfectly acceptable way for a guy to carry his cash, but there's something about a gentleman with a money clip that inspires visions of Fred Astaire and Cary Grant and even James Bond. Present the man in your life with this gleaming stainless steel money clip, adorned with a genuine pewter Celtic harp design, and watch him instantly become just a bit more suave and debonair. Martini, anyone?
• Celtic harp detail fashioned from genuine pewter composed of 95% tin with the balance made up of copper and antimony; money clip crafted in stainless steel
• Guaranteed lead-free
• Measures 2-1/4" long by 1" wide
• Made by Mullingar Pewter
• Imported from Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland
Did You Know? The harp has been used as a symbol of Ireland for centuries. Its origin is lost in the mists of time, but from the evidence of the ancient oral and written literature, it has been present in one form or another since at least the sixth century or before. The harp was adopted as a symbol of the Kingdom of Ireland on the coinage beginning in 1542.
About the Artists. The Irish men and women in Mullingar Pewter's workshop in County Westmeath, Ireland, create their extensive line of fine pewter gifts according to the highest standards and using traditional methods. The ancient craft of pewter making was revived by Mullingar Pewter in 1974. Their pieces are made by craftsmen specially trained to perform the old casting methods, meticulous assembly, and delicate hand finishing, skills that take years to acquire.