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Campionario Tessuti

In our laboratory we have a wide range of skin and soft tissues of various brands manufacturers in the furniture industry.

 

  SILK

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Silk is a fabric that we know for about 5000 years, and one of the noblest natural fabrics that until the thirteenth century was a product imported from the Orient that only the wealthy could afford. Silk production was moved from China to other countries in Central Asia, India, Persia, Korea and Japan. Today, the major producers of silk are India, China, Japan, Brazil and Thailand. When compared with the entire world production of fibers, silk is produced certifies under 1%. The silk is used for both fixed upholstery of upholstered furniture to pack rich decorative curtains.

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  COTTON AND LINEN

 

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Cotton is a textile fiber of vegetable origin with thin filaments white , two or three centimeters long. Arises within the capsule of the shrub , and has the appearance of a soft cotton wool that wraps the large signs. The most valuable qualities are long fiber , white in color , with silk-like sheen.
The cotton fiber is the most economical spread to all countries of the world. It has a good "compatibility" with the skin, the heat disperses easily enough , and very hygienic. It is used for shirts , underwear, household linen (sheets & towels) , for clothes, (canvas, gabardine, velvet ), and also furnishings.
The cotton plant is cultivated in countries with hot dry summers. The best quality grow in desert countries , where the soil is wet with irrigation (Egypt , Pakistan, Asian Russia ). It grows well even in countries with a wet season and a dry season (United States, Chile , India, Brazil etc.. ). Cotton is a plant " annual " with a growing season of about two months.

II Flax is the oldest and certainly one of the most fascinating among the vegetable textile fibers , it was widely cultivated by the Egyptians, Babylonians , Phoenicians and other peoples of the Middle East. The white linen was a symbol of divine purity. Linen reached the maximum spread in Europe in the Middle Ages. It is obtained from the stem of Linum usitatissimum : plant from which following the maceration of the yarn fibers is obtained.
The domain of the flax remained unchallenged until the early nineteenth century when the cotton, with the introduction of frames that facilitated spinning, from product prized for the nobility became a mass product. The stem of this plant reaches a height of about one meter and ends with a flower ( " fine linen "), which is short-lived , and p is very nice in blue and pink. There are different types of yarns and fabrics that we use for making covers for sofas and armchairs and beds for making curtains

 

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  I DAMASKS

 

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Damask is a type of single-color textured fabric with stylized designs or floral glossy - matte effect. It is produced with a Jacquard loom. You get one warp and one weft , the fund is given by armor at grade eight motifs and satin eight reverse. The effect is caused by the contrast of the brightness of the part flush with the opacity of the one where the satin looks backward and the use of yarns of different twist and finesse. The most suitable material is silk damask although you can use cotton yarn , cotton mixed with silk and synthetic fibers.
His birth took place in China but derives its name from the city of Damascus in Syria who was a big producer and exporter in the twelfth century. In Italy the first to produce it were Venice and Genoa , as the Maritime Republics , had contacts with Damascus , later became famous as those produced in Caserta , Catanzaro , Lucca, Palermo , Parma and Vicenza. Given the high-quality material that composes it and the long and difficult process , it was a precious fabric used by the church for vestments and priestly vestments , in the courts for gala dresses and furnishing of buildings and hold. We use this fabric for pillows, chairs , and decorative curtains.

 

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  THE BROCADES AND THE LAMPASSI

 

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Brocade is a textured fabric with complex colorful designs , made with a Jacquard loom. Is achieved by weaving in a number of additional elements both in warp and weft , therefore requires more warps , one for the bottom and others for ligation of the drawing, and more plots. It ' an elaboration of the damask. The plots are called supplementary brocade and help to build the design that comes off the bottom of another color.
The additional wires , both weft warp on the reverse side are free and form of the bridle when they are not related , and therefore do not appear on the right , because there is no need for drawing.
The material that constitutes it is the silk, fine title , which enriches and gives the glossy appearance , with the possible addition of gold and silver threads.
The lampasso is a textured fabric. From the French term lampasse. Known since the tenth century was widespread in the sixteenth century. Fine fabric is similar to brocade which is precursor. Requires two warps , one for the armature of the bottom , which can be a canvas or twill, and a ligature which serves to stop the run additional wefts that create the drawing ( brocade and spolinate ). It is used by us to manufacture curtains , bedspreads and upholstery.

 

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  THE VELVETS COTTON AND POLYACRYL

 

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The velvet is a type of tissue that presents on the face of a thick straight pile ( velvet joined or cut ) or a series of tiny loops of wire ( velvet hedgehog ). The name comes from the Latin vellus , fleece, indicating the characteristic of a coverage as of hair, length and type of the variable.
Its origin is Western Europe and is estimated to have occurred around the thirteenth century. In Italy became a good spread at the upper classes around the fourteenth century and was at the time mainly produced in Lucca , Genoa, Florence , Venice and Catanzaro. It realizes a frame with very thin yarn using two warps , one of which for the base (warp big ) and one for the hair ( warp pile ) , and a single plot.
The velvet frame must be equipped with two warp beams for one big and one set for the hair that length must be much higher than other , having the wires of the hair to go a long way more to go around to the irons. Today cotton velvets and polyacryl are used for cladding fixed upholstered modern, antiques and classics to create elegant drapes or curtains that draw very elaborate style and the influence it has had the French Court.

 

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  THE GOBELIN

 

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The gobelin is a fabric that tries to imitate the Gobelins tapestries. Textured fabric made with a jacquard loom , warp beams with different and various shuttles to the plot. From the French (pronounced goblin ) is named after the Manufacture des Gobelins that the seventeenth century produced , in Paris, splendid tapestries. The different warps and wefts of different colors, combined with the possibilities of the Jacquard loom designs produce very complex and detailed , with possible effects in relief, and damage body tissue to a very showy , heavy consistency , wear-resistant.
The yarn used is cotton , of different sizes , very thin in the warp , and more robust in texture.
The traditional designs are flowers, landscapes, historical or mythological scenes , with different types related to the upholstery , often of a retro feel and muted colors. New actors , including non- figurative , appear recently to bring this product to the needs of modern furniture. It is used for fixed cover sofas and armchairs , the package of pillow shams

 

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  LEATHER

 

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During the eighth century , under the rule of the Moors , the Spanish developed the production of leather that became famous all over Europe , the Cordovan. The ability to work the skins , however, was not the exclusive prerogative of the Western world : "The Million " Marco Polo described how the Mongols were using water bottles , blankets , masks and headphones in leather, often finely decorated. In the history of man has managed to hone their skills , a tanner, as can be seen already from the Bible , up to the Middle Ages , a period during which it is born "the art of tanning." Between 1700 and 1800 begin to appear in the land of Arzignano the first centers for the tanning of leather. The leathers used in furnishing are of bovine origin. The origin can be European or non-European. The European leathers come from cattle raised in the barn and fed with fodder, therefore are more soft and clean. In addition, the average size upper allows more complex processing and fewer rejects. For our coatings usually use leather from Europe for most of the coat size (4- 6mq ) and the absence of specific defects.

 

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