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Twist Tie Ring Sterling by e for effort

Twist Tie Ring Sterling by e for effort

Regular price $88.00
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Twist ties were invented in the 1930s by an employee of the California-based packaging company called Pacific Packaging Products, Inc. The employee's name was George D. Hansen, and his invention was initially used for tying up the ends of bread bags.

The original twist ties were made of wire coated in paper, and they quickly became popular as a convenient and easy-to-use method of securing bags and other packaging. They were especially popular in the food industry, where they were used for everything from sealing bread and produce bags to securing candy wrappers.

Over time, the design of twist ties evolved, with new materials and coatings being used to improve their strength, durability, and ease of use. Today, twist ties are made from a variety of materials, including plastic, metal wire, and paper, and they come in a range of sizes and colors to suit different packaging needs.

In addition to their use in the food industry, twist ties are also commonly used in the gardening and landscaping industries to tie up plants and secure hoses and cables. They are also used in the home for organizing and securing cables, cords, and other items.

e for effort takes your favorite kitchen fidgety item and elevates it.

available in sterling silver and sizes 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 each size is a unique shape, cast from an original mold

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