Uncut velvet is as deep mourning as crepe, but cut velvet is not mourning at all!
Next in decorative importance to tsuzure-ori stands yūzen birdo, commonly known among English-speaking people as cut velvet.
Among the most exquisite, however, are the cloths of cut velvet.
Then there are damascene factories and places for embroidery and for pictures made in cut velvet, etc., etc.
The upper end of each room is doubly shaded by a ponderous canopy of cut velvet.
He wears a very fine coat of cut velvet, of a rich, dusky red, the technical name of which I forget.
cut velvet out inside of headsize wire, leaving a half inch to slash and turn up with the buckram.
He thus learned to use such complicated machines as the stocking and cut velvet looms.