1920s Vintage Dress Trim Suede Beaded Black Glass Embellishment Gothic Steampunk Costuming

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It is with great pleasure to offer another outstanding 1920's old store stock beaded and suede dress trim. I find the embellishment an unusual combination of materials that certainly is very striking. The trim combines large and small black glass beads in a variety of shapes, including bugles.

Although no string tag or label, more than likely, the trim is French.

Measurement: Length is 10-1/2" long x 3" wide at each end. Width at the center is 1-1/2" wide.

Condition is very nice.

Suitable for Gothic or Steampunk costuming.

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