Tibetan fur refers to the white wool of the Tibetan lamb. It originate not really from Tibet, but from the Chinese provinces Shansi, Shensi und Hopeh (Tschilli). The wool is soft and around 5 in (12 cm) long, and has a slight waiviness to it, is the only curly long-haired fur, making it popular for doll's hair. It can be hard to find a good supply.
Famous quotes containing the word fur:
“How coyote got his
ratty old fur coat
bits of old fur
the sparrows stuck on him
with dabs of pitch.
That was after he lost his proud original one in a poker game.”
—Leslie Marmon Silko (b. 1948)