Fringes & Tassels

We are manufacturing Fringes & Tassels since 1980.

In the West, tassels were originally a series of windings of thread or string around a suspending string until the desired curvature was attained. Decades later, turned wooden moulds, which were either covered in simple wrappings or much more elaborate coverings called "satinings", were used. This involved an intricate binding of bands of filament silk vertically around the mould by means of an internal "lacing" in the bore of the mould. A tassel is primarily an ornament, and was at first the casual termination of a cord to prevent unraveling with a knot. As time went on, various peoples developed variations on this.

If you are looking to develop bespoke Fringes or Tassels - we have skills to make for you.

 

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  1. Silk Cord Tassels

    Silk Cord Tassels

    In the West, tassels were originally a series of windings of thread or string around a suspending string until the desired curvature was attained. Decades later, turned wooden moulds, which were either covered in simple wrappings or much more elaborate coverings called "satinings", were used. This involved an intricate binding of bands of filament silk vertically around the mould by means of an internal "lacing" in the bore of the mould. A tassel is primarily an ornament, and was at first the casual termination of a cord to prevent unraveling with a knot. As time went on, various peoples developed variations on this.

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    £10.00
  2. Gold Bullion Furnishing Fringe

    Gold Bullion Furnishing Fringe

    Gold Bullion Furnishing Fringe

    Wide: 10 cm
    Length: 1 meter

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    £32.95
  3. Cap Cords Tassels or Hat Cords Tassels For Cap using Silver Wire

    Cap Cords Tassels or Hat Cords Tassels For Cap using Silver Wire

    Cap Cords Tassels or Hat Cords Tassels For Cap using Silver Wire

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    £13.15
  4. Cap Cords Tassels or Hat Cords Tassels For Cap using Gold Wire

    Cap Cords Tassels or Hat Cords Tassels For Cap using Gold Wire

    Well designed and finished Cap Cords Tassels or Hat Cords Tassels For Cap using Silver Wire.

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    £13.15
  5. Tassel in Yellow Gold

    Tassel in Yellow Gold

    In the West, tassels were originally a series of windings of thread or string around a suspending string until the desired curvature was attained. Decades later, turned wooden moulds, which were either covered in simple wrappings or much more elaborate coverings called "satinings", were used. This involved an intricate binding of bands of filament silk vertically around the mould by means of an internal "lacing" in the bore of the mould. A tassel is primarily an ornament, and was at first the casual termination of a cord to prevent unraveling with a knot. As time went on, various peoples developed variations on this.

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    £11.00
  6. Tassel in Yellow Pair

    Tassel in Yellow Pair

    In the West, tassels were originally a series of windings of thread or string around a suspending string until the desired curvature was attained. Decades later, turned wooden moulds, which were either covered in simple wrappings or much more elaborate coverings called "satinings", were used. This involved an intricate binding of bands of filament silk vertically around the mould by means of an internal "lacing" in the bore of the mould. A tassel is primarily an ornament, and was at first the casual termination of a cord to prevent unraveling with a knot. As time went on, various peoples developed variations on this.

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    £14.00
  7. Tassel in Silver Embroidered

    Tassel in Silver Embroidered

    In the West, tassels were originally a series of windings of thread or string around a suspending string until the desired curvature was attained. Decades later, turned wooden moulds, which were either covered in simple wrappings or much more elaborate coverings called "satinings", were used. This involved an intricate binding of bands of filament silk vertically around the mould by means of an internal "lacing" in the bore of the mould. A tassel is primarily an ornament, and was at first the casual termination of a cord to prevent unraveling with a knot. As time went on, various peoples developed variations on this.

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    £14.00
  8. Tassel in Gold Bullion

    Tassel in Gold Bullion

    In the West, tassels were originally a series of windings of thread or string around a suspending string until the desired curvature was attained. Decades later, turned wooden moulds, which were either covered in simple wrappings or much more elaborate coverings called "satinings", were used. This involved an intricate binding of bands of filament silk vertically around the mould by means of an internal "lacing" in the bore of the mould. A tassel is primarily an ornament, and was at first the casual termination of a cord to prevent unraveling with a knot. As time went on, various peoples developed variations on this.

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    £14.00
  9. Embroidered Bullion Tassel
  10. Golden Embroidered Tassel

    Golden Embroidered Tassel

    In the West, tassels were originally a series of windings of thread or string around a suspending string until the desired curvature was attained. Decades later, turned wooden moulds, which were either covered in simple wrappings or much more elaborate coverings called "satinings", were used. This involved an intricate binding of bands of filament silk vertically around the mould by means of an internal "lacing" in the bore of the mould. A tassel is primarily an ornament, and was at first the casual termination of a cord to prevent unraveling with a knot. As time went on, various peoples developed variations on this.

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    £8.00