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Parchment (skin)

Scope note

Translucent or opaque material made from calf, sheep, or goat skin which has been limed, dehaired, scraped, and dried under tension to produce a thin, strong material for writing, bookbinding, or other uses. For finer quality calf parchment, use "vellum." The terms parchment and vellum sometimes have been and still are both confused and used interchangeably.

This term has 9 records attributed within our system.

Connected records

An image of Drawing

Flower study with parrot

PD.777-1973

Maker(s)

Lopez, G. (Draughtsman)

A stand in image for Drawing}

Analytical plant study of Cyrtochilum Maculatum

PD.807-1973

Maker(s)

Mills, R. (Draughtsman)

A stand in image for Drawing}

Spray of flowers

PD.512-1973

Maker(s)

Unknown (Draughtsman)

A stand in image for Drawing}

Fruit, flowers and insects

PD.635-1973

Maker(s)

Hartley, Mary Ann (Draughtsman)

An image of Drawing

Spray of flowers

PD.699-1973

Maker(s)

Unknown (Draughtsman)

An image of Drawing

Three different sorts of flowers on their stems

PD.700-1973

Maker(s)

Unknown (Draughtsman)

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