- Art Silks
- ARTIFICIAL SILKS, "Art Silks"The term "silk" was at first applied to fabrics made of "artificial silk" but these yarns are synthetically produced and arc not silks at all. As the term "Rayon" is now being used to distinguish these manufactured yarns, a fairly complete list of the better known is given under "Rayon".
Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.
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