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Kesi

Chinese term for ‘cut or carved silk’. Also written as k’o-ssu. The term refers to the pattern of cut threads in the weave. It is not real, but an illusion created by the design and use of colours.

For further information, read: Brittanica.com, Art Quill Studio blog.

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