Airisard

ARISAD (Airisard)
A long robe girdled round the waist, worn by women in Scotland about 1740. It was a white plaid, with a few small stripes of black, blue and red, and fastened beneath the breast with a chain-like belt of leather and silver.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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  • Arisad — (Airisard) A long robe girdled round the waist, worn by women in Scotland about 1740. It was a white plaid, with a few small stripes of black, blue and red, and fastened beneath the breast with a chain like belt of leather and silver …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

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