Made of Tricel.
Made in England by Ladybird (in the days when Ladybird was an up-market brand, sold in independent drapers' shops).
This item was originally advertised by Ladybird as a "Ready Knot Scarf", but I think nowadays we would probably call it a cravat.
It was unsold shop stock from the early 1970s, and still has an old 1970s shop tag attached.
I have included a picture of the box, to show how it would have been worn.
You can see that the decimal price sticker on the box is covering up a scar, presumably where the original price was removed.
The hand-written shop tag has a decimal price on (£1.99), which I assume was added in 1971.
There are no washing instructions - I would suggest hand-wash separately.
Size: One size.
The pictures on the shop box suggest that it is intended for older primary school age boys and girls.
The length, tip to tip, is 35 inches ( 89 cm).
The width is just over two inches (5.5 cm).