qThis publication gives an overview of the characteristic of various items of women's apparel from 1910 through 1919. This is not a price guide but rather a reference to help you date your own vintage apparel and research the clothes of the end of the Edwardian era to the beginning the of the nineteen-twentiesq--Cover p. .OMNE TEMPUS CLOTH A trademark for a fabric made in England. ... ORGANDY or ORGANDIE (or-gan-dee) Fine, thin, plain or figured muslin, usually having a permanent stiff finish, and used for dresses etc. ... OSTRICH FRINGE In the war years 1917-1919 a faux fringe, in place of real ostrich feathers, was made of black silk braid ... OXFORD DAISY A flower with white petals around a yellow center.
|Title||:||Reference Book of Women's Vintage Clothing, 1910-1919|
|Author||:||Kathleen Mabel La Barre, Kay D. La Barre|