Now, this is an intriguing collar, sash or ruffle. Dates from the Edwardian or perhaps 1920's, the collar (I'll call it a collar) is made of narrow insertion lace, lacing lace for ribbon, and edging lace. Each lace is sewn together to make a long ruffle.
Black ribbon is laced through four of the laces. The collar is wider at the center, (5-1/2" wide) tapering to where it is joined with a snap at the ends. It is 5" wide at this point. The length of the ruffle collar is 60" in length. completely a round to where it snaps.
The lace is cotton. The ribbon is satin. The color of the lace is an ivory or ecru.
Condition: A few tiny holes but no major problem. I noticed the thread has broken on the edging lace away from the joining lace . About 2" needs to be reattached.