Sash center | Article about sash center by The Free Dictionary
A support for a horizontally pivoted sash or transom; composed of two parts, a socket which is attached to the frame or jamb, and a pin on which the sash pivots.
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A satin sash centered
with freshwater pearls and diamond crystals encircled the natural waistline from which fell a flared skirt that swept into a chapel-length train.
An organza sash centered
with crystal beading encircled the natural waistline from which fell the A-line skirt and cathedral-length train edged in hand-cut appliques of lace.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a designer gown of ivory Alencon lace over a champagne lining fashioned with a strapless bodice and natural waistline encircled with a sash centered
with handmade silk flowers and an A-line skirt sweeping into a chapel-length train.