"Ok Mrs. Jones, we can't get an antique satin bone that long. You'll have to settle for a seam in your bone or no bone at all, that's the way it is!"
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Tim, We at Frank's have FE14300-4 much wider than that. In fact I believe it comes about 150yards wide; but it only comes aobut 54" high. How high did you need it?
Substitute a pongee silk bone and run horizontal. The pongee has no dicernable grain. Or is this something larger than 54"x54"?
Antique Satins all come from the same mill and vendor and are the same width. Unless your customer wants to pay for a splice reweave... Last time I had one done was about 20 years ago and it was only about $70 a foot . . probably wouldn't be much over $200/ft these days....