white worsted "bullion" fringe

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white worsted "bullion" fringe

Postby Andy R » Mon Mar 23, 2009 3:02 pm

I am trying to find white worsted fringing to use on epaulets on an 1812 pattern British Light Dragoon jacket, similar to below.

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Also to be used at the rear of the jacket for the "waterfall"

I've been through a few web sites and haberdashers, but so far found nothing suitable.

Any ideas?

Many thanks,
Andy


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Postby wurzul » Mon Mar 23, 2009 5:20 pm

Now that is smart. Are you stepping out at Bolsover?
On topic, I once had one of these made for someone by Hamish Macloud of History-Making. Haven't spoken to him in a while, but he may be able to give you a lead. I'll send you a pic of what he did if you like.

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Postby Andy R » Tue Mar 24, 2009 10:08 am

Crikey - not spoken to Hamish for quite a while.

I shall give him a shout as I hadn't thought about that one.

Cheers,
Andy


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Postby Andy R » Thu Mar 26, 2009 11:06 am

wurzul wrote:Now that is smart. Are you stepping out at Bolsover?


Potentially Waterloo if we can get the horses sorted, failing that Eastnor.
Could have a couple at Albuera, but we will try and push out the earlier uniform for that if I can borrow the tarletons.


Young men have often been ruined through owning horses, or through backing them, but never through riding them: unless of course they break their necks, which, taken at a gallop, is a very good death to die



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