Oriental Papermaking Fibres


All of these fibres have been observed staining Peach/red in colour.





Cotton fibres can be distinguished from the other fibres as it has no cross-markings or dislocations and appears twisted and ribbon-like. Hemp and Flax fibres are very hard to distinguish, although generally Hemp fibres are wider and end in broader fibre ends than the more narrow fibre ends in Flax.



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