A description of the steps in Ramie cloth production written to accompany a five-volume, brocade-bound set of 60 Chinese watercolor paintings. The watercolors show, in chronological order, the process of producing Ramie cloth, a silk-like fabric, in China during the 1820s.
Collected by Sidney and Mildred Edelstein.
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