Monthly Archives: August 2009

Pre Shipment Finance Overview and Information

Aug 30, 2009 |

Pre Shipment Finance Pre shipment finance is also referred as packing credit. It is working capital finance provided by commercial banks to the exporter prior to shipment of goods. The finance required to meet various expenses before shipment of goods is called pre shipment finance or packing credit. Financial assistance extended to the exporter from […more]

Export Contract, Export Agreement

Aug 30, 2009 |

Export Contract In order to avoid disputes, it is necessary to enter into an export contract with the overseas buyer. For entering export contracts, export contract should be carefully drafted incorporating comprehensive but in precise terms, all relevant and important conditions of the trade deal. There should not be any ambiguity regarding the exact specifications […more]

Watch History Overview and Information

Aug 5, 2009 |

Watch History Watch History – A watch is a timepiece that is made to be worn on a person. It is usually a wristwatch, worn on the wrist with a strap or bracelet. In addition to the time, modern watches often display the day, date, month and year, and electronic watches may have many other […more]

Types of Wallets and Info on Wallet Types

Aug 5, 2009 |

Types of Wallets Types of Wallets – Wallets are usually designed to hold banknotes and credit cards and fit into a pocket (or handbag). Small cases for securing banknotes which do not have space for credit cards or identification cards may be classified as money clips. Types of Wallets – Breast wallet A wallet in […more]

Tie Bar Overview and How to Wear a Tie Bar

Aug 5, 2009 |

Tie Bar A tie bar is a neck wear accessory that clips a tie to the underlying shirt front, preventing it from swinging and ensuring the tie hangs straight, resulting in a neat, uniform appearance. Occasionally, tie bar made of leather or chain are seen. Tie bar is commonly made of metal and often have […more]

Suspender Overview, Stockings Suspenders Types

Aug 5, 2009 |

Suspender Suspender is fabric or leather straps worn over the shoulders to hold up trousers. Straps may be elasticated, either entirely or only at attachment ends and most straps are of woven cloth forming an X or Y shape at the back. It is typically attached to trousers with buttons using leather tabs at the […more]

Collar Stay Overview, History and Uses

Aug 5, 2009 |

Collar stay Collar stay are shirt accessories. It is smooth, rigid strips of metal (such as brass, stainless steel, or sterling silver), horn, baleen, mother of pearl, or plastic, rounded at one end and pointed at the other, inserted into specially made pockets on the underside of a shirt collar to stabilize the collar’s points. […more]

Snood Info, What is a Snood, How to Make a Snood

Aug 5, 2009 |

Snood A snood is a type of headgear, historically worn by women over their long hair. In the most common form it resembles a close-fitting hood worn over the back of the head. The band covers the forehead or crown of the head, goes behind the ears and under the nape of the neck. A […more]

Sleeve Garter Overview, History and Uses

Aug 5, 2009 |

Sleeve Garter Sleeve Garter is an article of clothing with narrow bands of fabric fastened about the leg, used to keep stockings up. Normally just a few inches in width, they are usually made of leather or heavy cloth, and adorned with small bells and/or ribbons. Sleeve Garter History In the eighteenth to twentieth centuries, […more]

Scrunchies Overview and Scrunchie Information

Aug 3, 2009 |

Scrunchies Scrunchies are fabric-covered elastic hair ties, commonly used to fasten long hair. Large, elaborate styles and diminutive, unassuming forms are available. scrunchies comes in many different varieties of colors, fabrics, sizes, and designs. How to Make Scrunchies What You Need How to Make Scrunchies – Fabric Rectangle 16 ½” x 5″ Elastic: 10″ of […more]