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- Parchment is a writing material made from specially prepared untanned skins of animals—primarily sheep, calves, and goats. It has been used as a writing...
- rudimentary shoe originating in Ireland and Scotland that was constructed using untanned hide. Modern brogues feature decorative perforations. These are often said...
- Shagreen is a type of rawhide consisting of rough untanned skin, historically from a horse's or onager's back, or from shark or ray. In modern times, shagreen...
- perfume: in the Odyssey Menelaus and his men are disguised as seals in untanned seal skins, "...and the deadly smell of the seal skins vexed us sore; but...
- It is usually made of wood or metal and often covered with shagreen (untanned tough leather or shark skin). Shark skin proved to be the most durable...
- 1822, 3,000 skins were exported from the Hudson's Bay Company. In 1992, untanned, fleshed and salted American black bear hides were sold for an average...
- distinguishes an upper cl**** (whose superficial veins appeared blue through their untanned skin) from a working cl**** of the time. The latter consisted mainly of...
- may refer to: Chagrin (leather), a type of rawhide consisting of rough untanned skin Chagrin (surname), a Hebrew-language surname Chagrin River, a tributary...
- ground in the rim of a circle usually ten feet in diameter. A number of untanned and tanned buffalo skins, stitched together in a form adjustable to the...
- fronds. In climates that required a full foot covering, a single piece of untanned hide was laced with a thong, providing full protection for the foot and...
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