One-Sided Long Knot
This is tied by the same process as Cross-bow-knot, but it is a way to intentionally lengthen only one side that crosses. It becomes an impressive silhouette that is asymmetrical on the left and right. Historically, we can see paintings of Italian painter Bernardo Celentano in the mid-nineteenth century using a cravat to tie a similar silhouette. Although it can be thought that the procedure is different, we can also see a bow tie with similar silhouette in the portrait of the composer Franz Liszt[1811-1886].