One popular clothing style, during the Edwardian era, for women employed in a office would consist of an ankle length skirt worn with a blouse having a high collar. To complete this casual but professional outfit, a masculine type necktie was added.
Offering for your consideration, a hand crochet long tie in black thread. Made narrow to fit the nape of the neck with the width wider as it falls across the front.
The weave of the tie is a dense pattern but in a pleasing design. The length from one end to the other is 47-1/2" long. Width at the widest point is 2-3/4" wide.
Condition is very nice. Suitable for wearable art or costuming from the era.