Astrakhan

Description : A cloth with a usually wool, curled, and looped pile resembling karakul, the tightly curled glossy coat of the newborn lamb of a breed of hardy fat-tailed sheep from Uzbekistan with a narrow body and coarse wiry fur. Cheap grades are knitted, others are woven. Astrakhan has a deep pile with curled loops. It is highly durable and warm.
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