There were ginghams, and taffetas, and cottons of every hue and pattern.
Foulards are about 24 inches wide and can be bought for the same price as the taffetas.
Her dresses were made of gold and silver stuff, velvet and taffetas.
Sandal or cendal, a silk bearing some resemblance to taffetas.
The hangings of the bed are lined with taffetas of rose red.
The greatest luxury to which she treated herself now and again was a taffetas or surah silk.
They make velvets, sattins, and taffetas, but not so rich as those of Italy.
Sometimes the pet monkey is discerned behind the looped-back curtains of taffetas.
Chalk in hand, he had neatly written, "See our new importation of taffetas, $2.59 the yard."
Some are clad in gold lace, silks, and taffetas; some wear leather, buckram and clanking steel.