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Bourette (silk) yarn

silky fabric with a coarse, rustic, lustreless surface; single-coloured, most commonly in an unbleached, natural colour. Woven in linen weave from coarse, uneven yarn from natural silk waste. The name is derived from the type of bourette silk yarn used. Is suitable for ladies' clothing - notably dresses, suits, blouses - and for a wide variety of sportswear (including men's).



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