A tie featuring dark blue, silver, black, gold, blue, and green repetitive stripes. These colours represent collectively the English, New Zealand, and South African cricket teams. At the centre of the tie on a dark blue stripe are the emblems of each of the three teams: the Silver Fern of New Zealand; the 'passant' gold lion of England; and the ball and wicket of South Africa. Also is a ball and wicket with the year '1994' beneath it. On reverse on a looped tag is the inscription, "THE 1994 OFFICIAL / TCCB / CORNHILL INSURANCE / NEW ZEALAND & / SOUTH AFRICA / TOUR TIE".
0 - Whole: H: 1430 W: 85mm (H: 56 5/16 W: 3 3/8")
Test and County Cricket Board
South African Cricket Team
Kindly donated to the Melbourne Cricket Club Museum by Alf Batchelder