You got an EXCELLENT bargain on construction, well done. Much depends on what the silk costs obviously. In terms of raw costs your cost was on the low end (you found some good silks at good prices I'm guessing?) and you didn't incur some other costs - design costs of around $400-$500 per pattern and the additional 25% for shipping and import duties and customs brokerage so you did extremely well. Sounds like a fun experience :-)
I did get a good rate considering the quality of the construction. I got to see the process from start to finish. We discussed styling and technical details, the tiemaker took a few measures and drafted a pattern on a blank length of craft paper using just a pencil - no templates, unless you count the makeshift straight edge he used to draw the ends of the tie. The silk was then cut using a pair of scissors and sewn by hand except for the joints of the different pieces of the ties, which were sewn using a very simple sewing machine. I had the ties saddle-stitched with self-loop/keeper, with the loop tucked into the spine. The tiemaker used 100% wool tie linings for the symmetrical 7-folds; however, most of the ties were made in the the unlined asymmetrical 7-fold style. The silks I bought were top-quality, (and to borrow a line from The Godfather
) "and I've had lots." The least expensive was EU 19/m, the most expensive EU 23/m. All were woven silks, none printed. Among them were solid silks, color-warp-on-white-weft silks, dense silk-on-silk mogadors...