Embroidery pertains to the ornamentation of textile fabrics and other materials with needlework. The beginnings of the art of embroidery probably date back to a very Primitive Stage in the history of all peoples.

See also:
"Embroidery" is in the NAICS Code "313222"
(Schiffli Machine Embroidery Schiffli machine embroideries manufacturing)

"Embroidery" is in the CPC Code "27913"
Embroidery in the piece, in strips or in motifs

"Embroidery" is in the HS Code "5810"
Embroidery Without Visible Ground

"Embroidery" is in the UNSPSC Code "23121501"
Embroidery making machines

Ref: 122864/2006-10-12

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