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Duck

Scope note

Durable, closely woven textile of plain weave, made formerly of linen but now usually of cotton, made in various weights; very similar to canvas but finer and lighter. Common uses are for tents, belts, and clothing.

This term has 33 records attributed within our system.

Connected records

An image of Painting

Duck-shooting in a wood

Accession Number: PD.9-1964

An image of Animal figure

Duck

Accession Number: C.802-1928

An image of Two-handled cup and saucer

Tasse à toilette et soucoupe

Accession Number: MAR.C.37 & A & B-1912

An image of Sherd

Sherd

Accession Number: C.517-1991

An image of Dish

Compotier rond

Accession Number: C.37B-1961

An image of Fruit dish

Compotier rond

Accession Number: C.37A-1961

An image of Painting

The Fowl Market

Accession Number: 315

An image of Print

Le retour au logis

Accession Number: P.123-1949

An image of Print

Ducks swimming

Accession Number: P.122-1949

An image of Tile

Tile with green duck design

Accession Number: EC.14-1941

An image of Tripod vessel

Ch'odu

Accession Number: O.18-1984

An image of Tea cup

Tea cup

Accession Number: C.9-2010

An image of Dish

Dish

Accession Number: MAR.C.83-1912

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