or Stevensgraph noun Etymology: Thomas Stevens died 1888 English weaver Date: 1879 a woven silk picture

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  • Stevengraph — /stee veuhn graf , grahf /, n. a small picture woven in colored silk thread: introduced in 1879 and mass produced on a Jacquard type loom. Also, Stevensgraph /stee veuhnz graf , grahf /. [after Thomas Stevens (1828 88), English silk weaver, who… …   Universalium

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