A fichu was a large square kerchief folded diagonally and tied,
pinned, or tucked as a modesty piece across the shoulders and over the
front of a woman's bodice. A common accessory for the 18th century
lady. Measuring approximately 42” square, our Fichus are made of pure
silk. Hand-rolled and hand-stitched hems. Available in white only, but
you can easily dye them to compliment your outfit. Imported.