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A starched, plain-weave, open-mesh fabric, usually made from cotton. Tarlatan fabrics are used for stiffening garment sections, and lining spines of books.  Additionally, a carefully folded tarlatan sheet is used to remove excess ink from the surface of an intaglio plate or lithography stone prior to printing.
 
A starched, plain-weave, open-mesh fabric, usually made from cotton. Tarlatan fabrics are used for stiffening garment sections, and lining spines of books.  Additionally, a carefully folded tarlatan sheet is used to remove excess ink from the surface of an intaglio plate or lithography stone prior to printing.
 
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[[File:Fan 1976367.jpg|thumb|Fan<br>'''MFA Acc. #:''' 1976.367]]
 
==Synonyms and Related Terms==
 
==Synonyms and Related Terms==
  
 
super; mull; crash; tarlatane; gauze; interfacing
 
super; mull; crash; tarlatane; gauze; interfacing
 
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File:Image3_802374.jpg|'''MFA Acc. #:''' 1976.367
 
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== Resources and Citations ==
 
== Resources and Citations ==

Latest revision as of 10:40, 4 August 2020

Guimpe
MFA Acc. #: 47.1527

Description

A starched, plain-weave, open-mesh fabric, usually made from cotton. Tarlatan fabrics are used for stiffening garment sections, and lining spines of books. Additionally, a carefully folded tarlatan sheet is used to remove excess ink from the surface of an intaglio plate or lithography stone prior to printing.

Fan
MFA Acc. #: 1976.367

Synonyms and Related Terms

super; mull; crash; tarlatane; gauze; interfacing

Resources and Citations