I'm looking to get a tie bar made this year as a wedding anniversary gift.

Finding a maker isn't the problem and I've decided there's goign to be a small round piece of amber set in it.

What I'm looking for is some design inspiration - I've seen a lot of straight bars but I was looking for something which came to a point like a laurel leaf but narrower, or something similar to that but with a gentle S curve to it.

Does anyone have any resources or know of any pictures out there that can help me finalise the design?

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