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Mohair wool

has a fibre length of 20 mm - 30 mm, is most commonly snow-white but may be black or grey; is very fine and elastic, has a tight curl and a high silk sheen. Is procured from the Angora goat, which was bred originally in Asia Minor; today these are bred in countries of the former USSR, the former Yugoslavia, Spain, South Africa and Australia. Used in the production of fabrics for ladies' coats, lustre fabrics and fine fabrics, to invest these with a softness and a metallic sheen.



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