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Grenadine is a weave characterised by its light, open, gauze-like feel, and is produced on jacquard looms. Originally produced in Italy and worn as a black silk lace in France in the eighteenth century, it is now woven with silk for use in ties.
- Flusser, Alan (2002). Dressing the Man. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. p. 289. ISBN 0-06-019144-9.
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