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A 1760s Silk Brocade Court Dress Has Timeless Appeal

Fly Fringe detail of stomacher and facings of a Silk Brocade Court Dress, Historic Deerfield, via Silk Damask

Two Nerdy History Girls: More 18th C. Silk Fringe

Isabella reporting, Since so many of you enjoyed my post earlier this week on recreating Georgian silk floss fringe at Colonial William.

Mitaine van wit zeemleer versierd met groen, roze, witte en gele zijde, anoniem, ca. 1800 - Rijksmuseum

Mitaine van wit zeemleer versierd met groen, roze, witte en gele zijde, anoniem, ca. 1800 - Rijksmuseum

Fly fringe or Fly braid was a delightful trim of little silken tufts that was seen to adorn a great many dresses around the 1750's and 1770's, It's delicate 3D texture gave the impression of tiny weaving veins climbing up the clothes it adorned. - Tutorial

Fly fringe or Fly braid was a delightful trim of little silken tufts that was seen to adorn a great many dresses around the and It's delicate texture gave the impression of tiny weaving veins climbing up the clothes it adorned.