Court-plaster

Court'-plas`ter noun Sticking plaster made by coating taffeta or silk on one side with some adhesive substance, commonly a mixture of isinglass and glycerin.
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Court-plaster

• (n.) Sticking plaster made by coating taffeta or silk on one side with some adhesive substance, commonly a mixture of isinglass and glycerin.
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Court-Plaster

Court-plaster (so called because they were originally applied by ladies of the court as patches on the face), were black, flesh-coloured, or transparent silk plasters varnished over with a solution of isinglass, which was often perfumed with benzoin, and used for covering slight wounds.
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