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Osaka

Very noble silk fabric with a fine irregular structure. Similar to a “Faux-Uni”, the blending of each two harmonizing colours create lovely broken hues. Osaka is an understated decoration fabric for the superior living world. When having been processed, the article shows tightness and opulence.


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COMPOSITION

100% silk

Weight 170 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width appr. 135 cm

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Shrinkage appr. 2-4%

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As protection against the influence of sunlight, we recommend to line fabrics with a silk content. Slub, colour deviations and slight irregularities are not flaws but are caused by using natural fibres. They add to the attrac- tiveness of these fibres.

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