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94/242/2 Necktie, mens, geometric pattern, mounted thread work, cotton / silk, Miss Florence Andrew, Hurstville, New South Wales, Australia, 1911-1912. Click to enlarge.

Necktie made by Florence Andrew

Designed
Tie, counted thread work, cotton/silk, Miss Florence Andrew, Australia, 1911-1912.
White cotton necktie lined with white silk. Hand worked with a geometric pattern in counted threadwork, worked in blue and yellow cotton thread. One end is mitred and the other end is square.

Summary

Object No.

94/242/2

Object Statement

Necktie, mens, geometric pattern, mounted thread work, cotton / silk, Miss Florence Andrew, Hurstville, New South Wales, Australia, 1911-1912

Physical Description

Tie, counted thread work, cotton/silk, Miss Florence Andrew, Australia, 1911-1912.
White cotton necktie lined with white silk. Hand worked with a geometric pattern in counted threadwork, worked in blue and yellow cotton thread. One end is mitred and the other end is square.

Dimensions

Width

22 mm

Production

Notes

The tie was made by Florence Andrew of Hurstville for her fiance, Ted Crambrook, who lived in South Australia. Some of the work was done on the train as she travelled to work as an apprentice dressmaker in the city before they were married in October 1912.

The tie was made by Florence Andrew for her fiance just before they were married in October 1912.

History

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs Ethel Neale, 1994

Acquisition Date

11 November 1994

Cite this Object

Harvard

Necktie made by Florence Andrew 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 4 August 2021, <https://ma.as/141017>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/141017 |title=Necktie made by Florence Andrew |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=4 August 2021 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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