butterfly tie

butterfly tie

Same as butterfly wall tie.
References in classic literature ?
MR CALHOUN KIDD was a very young gentleman with a very old face, a face dried up with its own eagerness, framed in blue-black hair and a black butterfly tie.
And Mr Calhoun Kidd, of the Western Sun, was bidden to take his butterfly tie and lugubrious visage down to the little house outside Oxford where Thinker Boulnois lived in happy ignorance of such a title.
The Italian silk butterfly tie by Leonard Studio is $125.
And instead of the butterfly tie, there's a trend to the Euro tie, which is long and sticks out from the collar.
Referred to as butterfly ties, I suppose they are like a butterfly as the wire ends are twisted together in the centre of the two loops so that water running across the ties drips down into the cavity and this drip is a bit like the butterfly's head.