Dorothy Dainty Ribbons

dorothyDaintyDorothy Dainty ribbons were named after the little girl featured in the Dorothy Dainty series of children’s books. The books were published from 1902-1923 and followed the adventures of Dorothy Dainty, the only child of wealthy parents.

Dorothy Dainty ribbons were made of silk and were sold singly in envelopes and also in boxed sets. Hair Bow Sets included six assorted color ribbons, and Sash Sets contained a sash and two matching hair bows.

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