Sash Taffeta for Chair Cover
Sash for chair covers for all banqueting chairs .
Sash 25cm width X 229cm length (10/90″)
If you are looking for an inexpensive but classy way of adding a touch of colour and elegance to seating areas during special events, check out the extensive collection of taffeta chair sashes available from Event Decor. Made with crisp and silky taffeta fabric of the highest quality, these items feature a luxurious texture, quality details, and a shimmery finish.
Our taffeta sashes come in dozens of tasteful and modern colours.
To meet our orders and to maintain our reputation for fast delivery, we utilise our capacity from our two operational bases to stock thousands of meters of linen from a wide range of materials (plain and non-plain) in a generous selection of colours and shades. We offer several 100% Polyester table linen products which feel like cotton with the resilience of Polyester and stock hundreds of metres of Polycotton and many sizes of cotton tablecloths and napkins. We also stock hundreds of metres of table protector (table shield and table guardian) now available in several colours and can be cut to any size to the satisfaction of our customers. Sample swatches are available on request which can be placed online or by email.
History of Taffeta fabric:
Modern taffeta was first woven in Italy and France and until the 1950s in Japan. Warp-printed taffeta or chiné, mainly made in France from the eighteenth century onwards, is sometimes called “pompadour taffeta” after Madame de Pompadour. Today most raw silk taffeta is produced in India and Pakistan. There, even in the modern period, handlooms were long widely used, but since the 1990s it has been produced on mechanical looms in the Bangalore area. From the 1970s until the 1990s, the Jiangsu province of China produced fine silk taffetas: these were less flexible than those from Indian mills, however, which continue to dominate production. Other countries in Southeast Asia and the Middle East also produce silk taffeta, but these products are not yet equal in quality or competitiveness to those from India. The most deluxe taffetas, however, are still woven in France, Italy, Russia, and the United Kingdom.[