Armourclad

ARMOURCLAD
A trade name given to silk taffetas made from doubled yarns and of great strength and wear - plain weave, fine reed and pick. Dyed in many shades. French merchants call the cloth "Taffetas d'herbe" because it was originally made from very fine grass fibres.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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