Kerseymere

Kerseymere is a fine woolen cloth with a fancy twill weave. In printing fine work during the mid-19th century, the blankets that lay between the tympans were either fine kerseymere or superfine woolen cloth ...
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Kerseymere

• (n.) See Cassimere.
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Kerseymere

Ker'sey·mere noun [ For cassimere , confounded with kersey .] See Cassimere .
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Kerseymere

Kerseymere or Cassimere (from the town Cashmere), is the name given to a light fabric woven from the finest wools, principally in the west of England, and at Elbeuf, France. It is chiefly used for ladies' jackets and traditionally for gentlemen's gaiters.
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kerseymere

twilled fine wool
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