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Another metallic lace that was originally used in the Edwardian period for sashes and bodices on the wonderful Titanic era gowns. This is the same pattern as the wider one I have listed but it is 3 1/4" wide. It measures 57" long and does not include the metallic knot at the end of it. Perfect for a sash on any restoration project or lovely for a pillow. It is embroidered with metallic threads and is on silk netting. Made in France and great quality. One small tear that can be easily reattached. Nice gold patina not super bright.

Metallic lace Net Edwardian Embroidered Gold Yardage Art Deco gown dress restoration supplies


  • Vintage Supply from 1900 - 1909
  • Material: silk and metallic threads embroidery
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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