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Thai Mulberry Tissues

Natural mulberry tissue. This wood-free and acid-free paper is used by the British Museum and the Smithsonian Institute. Its strong long fibres have the effect of disappearing when glued down to a substrate paper. In recent years, this quality has been used to advantage by printmakers and painters for works on paper. 25gsm: This is a very fine light weight acid free tissue paper.Natural mulberry tissue. For use in paper conservation and for printmaking. 30gsm: The fibre is from the paper mulberry, ton saa. Also known by the Japanese name kozo. This is an acid free tissue for use in paper conservation and for printmaking.

SKU: P339.09
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