Stamped Plush

In the late nineteenth century, the term stamped plush was used to describe strips about 10-15 cm wide that were used to decorate the borders of curtains, upholstery and so forth.

The stamped plush strips were often embroidered.

Source: CAULFEILD, Sophia Frances Anne and Blanche C. SAWARD (1882), The Dictionary of Needlework: An Encyclopaedia of Artistic, Plain and Fancy Needlework, London: L. Upcott Gill, p. 459.


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