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Antique - a white satin woven to resemble an old material which has turned parch- ment-colour with the passing of time.
Crdpe-back - a satin finished with a crepe back and satin-finished face so that the material can be used on either side.
Damask - a satin patterned in a floral, arabesque design.
De chine - satin de chine was the early European term for this lustrous silk fabric because it was originally made in China and came to Europe in the early Middle Ages.
De lyon - a ribbed-back satin.
Duchesse - a heavy, firm, exceptionally soft and lustrous satin.
Farmer's - a cotton and worsted backing but lustrous face. Fontange - a satin with broad stripes of white and colour.
Foulard - a satin patterned with spots or stripes.
Jean - twilled-back satin.
Merveilleux - a soft, twilled satin.
Pompadour - a white satin embroidered with floral sprays in colour. Satinesco - a poor quality satin.
Satinet - a lightweight satin.
Skinner's - an American fabric of the late nineteenth century.
Slipper - strong, durable, closely-woven satin with a dull back and semi-glossy surface.
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2006 March 28