Thank you... that's exactly what I was looking for1
--- In SCA-Garb@y..., Bella <anabell.w@o...> wrote:
> At 04:08 1/06/02, you wrote:
> >I was looking at your site today and I had a question for you.
> >On your fabric page you have a sample labled "Silk cisele velvet.
> >Italy, first quarter 17th century."
> >I was wondering where you found that. I have a silk that is very
> >similar to that pattern and am interested in making a dress, but
> >want to start until I can firmly document that pattern.
> >Hi, that information is from "Velvet: History techniques Fashions"
> >Books, New York, 1994 - Fabrizio de Marinis ed. The scrap of
> >itself is located in the collection of the "Lisio Arte della Seta
> >Foundation', Florence. Cisele velvet is a velvet "that has patterns
> >uncut and cut pile, which, presenting different shades due to
> >refraction of light, create a variety of light effects."
> Hope this helps, :)
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