Jacquard is referring to damasks, tapestries, brocades, matelasse and all upholstery fabrics with elaborate figures woven on a Jacquard loom.

See also:
"Jacquard" is in the UNSPSC Code "11161502"
  Jacquard weave silk fabrics

"Jacquard" is in the NACE Code "21.25"
  Manufacture of other articles of paper and paperboard n.e.c.
  · manufacture of paper or paperboard cards for use on Jacquard machines

Ref: 120672/2006-09-23


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