The 1th Company bayonet troddel.
To keep discipline and order in the army each soldier had a troddel (knot). Its purpose was to make it easier to recognise military rank and company. Troddel was attached to the sabre, bayonet or sword, depending on the type of troop.
Portrait of a German soldier armed with an S98 bayonet and troddel attached to his belt frog.
In the “The German Army in the First World War” written by Jurgen Kraus we can find combinations of the colors for troops’ troddel.