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Some companies, however, describe their mould-made sheets as four deckle edges.
In addition to handmade and mould-made paper, paper can also be machine-made.
The surface of machine made paper is rather mechanical compared to handmade paper or mould-made sheets.
The pattern is produced in one of two ways depending whether the paper is hand or mould-made or machine made.
Printed on J. Whatman mould-made paper, 18 numbered copies, wrappers, 16pp.
Printed on J. Whatman mould-made paper, wrappers, 32pp., one facsimile in text.
Most of the small terracotta figurines were mould-made objects manufactured in quite large numbers, and most would have been painted in bright colours when new.
The household compounds consisted of rectilinear buildings constructed using rectangular mould-made mud-bricks set on substantial stone foundations with associated open courtyards.
This type of vitreous glaze was most often used for small, decorative items of tableware, including mould-made cups with relief decoration, lamps and zoomorphic containers.
Except for the earliest styles, Zapotec pottery was largely mould-made and decorated with applied decorative motifs often cut from flat sheets of clay and easily copied.
On handmade and mould-made sheets the logo is sewn onto the mesh so it is raised and less pulp is deposited on it.
The book is well designed; the pages are made of Zerkall mould-made paper which flops languidly open rather than standing to starched attention perpendicular to the open cover.
Most Greek vases were wheelmade, though as with the Rhyton mould-made pieces (so-called "plastic" pieces) are also found and decorative elements either hand formed or by mould were added to thrown pots.
Small relief-decorated beakers such as forms Déchelette 67 and Knorr 78 were also made in South Gaul, as were occasional 'one-off' or very ambitious mould-made vessels, such as large thin-walled flagons and flasks.
He printed with a Dingler hand press on hand or mould-made papers or vellum, and often had his books bound in quarter vellum or leather with a decorated paper on the boards, in the tradition of European private presses.