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Angora

Midweight wool fabric which is soft, even soapy to the touch; of a pile which lightly covers the texture of linen,twill or satin weave. Produced with the hair of the Angora rabbit in various proportions, which provides by its characteristic longer fibres its feel and appearance. Used for ladies' dresses and suits. The name is derived from the hair of the Angora rabbit.



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