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ID: 300263565
Page Link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/aat/300263565

 

Record Type: concept
deerskin (skin (collagenous material), collagenous material, ... Materials (hierarchy name))

 

Note: Skin of a deer or other member of the cervid family, used especially for clothing, moccasins, and bookbinding leather. In early bookbinding, before the 16th century, the skin was either processed with lime or alum-tawed to make it white in appearance. For processed deerskin, use "buckskin" or "doeskin (skin)."
 
Terms:
deerskin (preferred,C,U,English-P,D,U,N)
deerskins (C,U,English,AD,U,N)
hertenhuid (C,U,Dutch-P,D,U,U)
piel de ciervo (C,U,Spanish-P,D,U,U)
piel de antílope (ciervo) (C,U,Spanish,AD,U,U)

Facet/Hierarchy Code:  M.MT

Hierarchical Position:

Hierarchy of Materials Facet
Materials Facet
Hierarchy of Materials (hierarchy name)
.... Materials (hierarchy name) (G)
Hierarchy of materials (substances)
........ materials (substances) (G)
Hierarchy of <materials by origin>
............ <materials by origin> (G)
Hierarchy of biological material
................ biological material (G)
Hierarchy of animal material
.................... animal material (G)
Hierarchy of collagenous material
........................ collagenous material (G)
Hierarchy of skin (collagenous material)
............................ skin (collagenous material) (G)
Hierarchy of deerskin
................................ deerskin (G)

Additional Notes:
Dutch ..... Huid van een hert of een andere hertachtige, voornamelijk gebruikt voor kleding, mocassins en boekbanden. In de vroege boekbindkunst, voor de 16de eeuw, werd de huid bewerkt met ongebluste kalk of aluingelooid om hem wit te maken. 
Spanish ..... Piel de un ciervo u otro miembro de la familia cérvidos. Se usa en especial para ropa, mocasines y encuadernación. En las primeras encuadernaciones, antes del siglo XVI, la piel era procesada con cal o curtida en blanco con alumbre para darle aspecto blanco. 

Related concepts:
distinguished from ....  buckskin
..................................  (<leather by origin>, leather, ... Materials (hierarchy name)) [300011846]

Sources and Contributors:
deerskin............  [GCI Preferred, VP Preferred]
.................  AATA database (2002-) 122671 checked 26 January 2012
.................  Contributed as a candidate term Candidate term -- HRHRC -- 8/96
.................  Diehl, Bookbinding (1946) Vol. 2, 115
.................  Middleton, History of English Craft Bookbinding Technique (1963) 285
.................  Oxford English Dictionary (1989)
.................  Random House Unabridged Dictionary (1993)
.................  Roberts and Etherington, Bookbinding and Conservation (1982) 74
.................  Waterer, Leather (1946) 210
.................  Webster's Third New International Dictionary (1961)
deerskins............  [VP]
....................  Bailey, Library Bookbinding (1916)
hertenhuid............  [RKD, AAT-Ned Preferred]
.......................  AAT-Ned (1994-)
.......................  Van Dale Engels-Nederlands (1989)
piel de antílope (ciervo)............  [CDBP-SNPC]
............................................  O'Hara, Enciclopedia de la Moda (1989) 15
piel de ciervo............  [CDBP-SNPC Preferred]
.............................  Weaver, Los indios del gran suroeste de los Estados Unidos (1996) 141
 
Subject: .....  [CDBP-SNPC, GCI, RKD, AAT-Ned, VP]
............  AATA database (2002-) 122671 checked 26 January 2012
............  Van Dale Engels-Nederlands (1989)
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
.......... Banister, Bookbinding as a Handcraft (1981)
Dutch .......... [RKD, AAT-Ned]
.......... AAT-Ned (1994-)
.......... Van Dale Engels-Nederlands (1989)
Spanish .......... [CDBP-SNPC]
.......... TAA database (2000-)

 

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