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He wished that these people had left him alone, and stared at the wall in front of him, where curtains of crimson brocade and gold galoon hung undrawn between the lustred tiles and the high windows, black with the outer night but streaked and oiled with reflections of the inner feast.
Cope, made of modern Italian Drapery damask is banded with highly detailed embroidery and edged with modern gold galoon.
Drapery damask is banded with highly detailed embroidery and edged with modern gold galoon.
"_jaka_," embroidered with golden griffins and ornamented with gold galoon; in these magnificent clothes he looked like a young prince, or the page of a wealthy court.
When I’ve got the nasty galoon on me ‘ands again like this? —
The fabric panel clasp is accented with a Greek cross of gold and jeweled center edged in old gold galoon.)
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