Refers to a mercerized cotton or plain yarn weave that is matte and    shiny, tone-on-tone white, and mostly used for household linen. It ‘s                     woven in cotton or linen in imitation of the matte and shiny quality      typical of Damask that has been very popular since the XVIth century.

Old school style damasse table cloths, bed sheets or bath towels now           come in contemporary patterns and bright colours.

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