Detachable Neckwear Accessory
Accessory, neckware piece, shaped like a man's tie, with one smaller piece over-lying a larger piece.
Accessory, t-shaped; a cotton piece with lace edging, to be worn as a neckwear piece, shaped like a man’s tie; in two parts, with lace-edged piece of cotton over lying a larger lace-edged piece of cotton; another piece of cotton along the top that can be attached to a garment.
This is one of a number of items in a collection of needlework in cotton and linen by Annie O’Dwyer (nee Killeen, of Moleskey) who lived between 1888-1979, of Annagh House, Miltown Malbay.
It was donated to the collection by her daughter Mary Coughlan (nee O’Dwyer) and family, Lahinch, with the assistance of her daughter Ann Coughlan.
This neckware piece would be stitched to the garment to accessorise.
Collection: Mary Coughlan