Here's an early 1900's hand crochet door /doorway entrance portiere or window treatment. A striking decorator statement that will give an area of your home an individual look. This crochet fancy work appears to be in unused condition and never laundered.
Here's the measurements: From one side to the other, across the top, it is 56" long x 11" wide. It is made of graduated strips, with two tassels on the end. The two longest strips are 44"long, from top to bottom. Not including the 4" tassels. The next length is 33" long, from top to bottom, not including the tassel. Third strip in, is 23" long from top to bottom, not including tassels. The shortest is 15" long, top to bottom. Again, not including the tassels. Each strip is 4" in width.
The pattern of the crochet is a block form with a single flower motif. A heavier weight with a substantial look for hanging. Off white cotton thread.
Condition: As stated, I doubt it has ever been used. I did notice an area with a couple of oxidation spots from storage. (see photo).