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This is for two (one pair) individual nautical and rustic curtain tie backs.

Perfect for anyone who is looking for either that rustic or nautical look. There are two configurations - wrap around (first photo) or double sided (second photo) - just let me know which you prefer. As you can see, from the last photo, I have them in my home.

These are made from 1/4 inch manila and are very light. The monkey fist knot is approx 3 inches across and the tie back is just under 20 inches from end to end.

This historic knot looks great against the curtain.

The monkey fist knot is an old but amazing knot. - The monkey fist also called a sailor's knot it was used to pass lines from a ship to shore or from one ship to another ship. The monkey's fist was used at the end of a line to add weight. Generally a bolt, rock or other heavy object would be placed inside the knot to add weight before tightening the knot. After completing the monkey's fist it was attached to the end of a light weight line or rope and thrown to its destination. This light rope with weighted knot on the end replaced the larger and heavier lines which often took more time to accurately pass to their destination.

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http://www.etsy.com/shop/KarensRopeWork?section_id=11372259

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Beach decor - 2 rope curtain tie backs - drapery holder beach style

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