Shanghai Waste

A silk waste in the gum which is white and bright, but not so white as European and much harsher in feel. Classed as fine white, fine yellow, coarse white and coarse yellow. Chintzah grade has the longest and whitest staple. Hangchow grade is second pickings.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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