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Damascene Cloth
This cloth was woven using a long and
complicated process. It is a traditional
cloth woven in a land far to the south.

Other Uses

Used in Quests:


Resale Price: 5,000~5,125 gil

Synthesis Recipes

None

Used in Recipes

Desynthesis Recipes

None

Obtained from Desynthesis

  • None

How to Obtain

Auction House Category: Materials > Clothcraft ( )

Item: Arthro's Cap +1

Dropped From

Name Level Zone
King Arthro (NM) 55 Jugner Forest
 ?? Everbloom Hollow
Baba Yaga (NM) 80 Abyssea - La Theine
Overlord Bakgodek (NM) 85 Monastic Cavern
Tzee Xicu the Manifest (NM) 85 Castle Oztroja
Za'Dha Adamantking (NM) 85 Qulun Dome
Suzaku (NM) 88-90 Ru'Aun Gardens
Seiryu (NM) 88-90 Ru'Aun Gardens
Tiamat (NM) 95 Attohwa Chasm
Jormungand (NM) 95 Uleguerand Range
Vrtra (NM) 95 King Ranperre's Tomb
Lambton Worm (NM) Qmark Everbloom Hollow
Qmark Ghoyu's Reverie
Qmark Ruhotz Silvermines
Ovni (NM) Qmark Abyssea - La Theine
Gancanagh (NM) Qmark Abyssea - Tahrongi
Lacovie (NM) Qmark Abyssea - Tahrongi
Grandgousier (NM) Qmark Abyssea - La Theine
Ironclad Executioner (NM) Qmark Abyssea - Vunkerl
Bukhis (NM) Qmark Abyssea - Vunkerl
Sedna (NM) Qmark Abyssea - Vunkerl

BCNM

Name Level Cap Zone
Come Into My Parlor Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Qu'Bia Arena
Copycat Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Waughroon Shrine
Double Dragonian Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Horlais Peak
E-vase-ive Action Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Qu'Bia Arena
Early Bird Catches the Wyrm Level 75, 30 minutes, 18 members Balga's Dais
Eye of the Storm Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Chamber of Oracles
Horns of War Level 75, 30 minutes, 18 members Horlais Peak
Infernal Swarm Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Qu'Bia Arena
Legion XI Comitatensis Level 60, 30 minutes, 6 members Chamber of Oracles
Operation Desert Swarm Level 75 30 minutes, 6 members Waughroon Shrine
Ouryu Cometh Level 75, 60 minutes, 18 members Riverne - Site A01
Prehistoric Pigeons Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Waughroon Shrine
Royale Ramble Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Balga's Dais
Seasons Greetings Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Balga's Dais
The Scarlet King Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Chamber of Oracles
Cactuar Suave Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Chamber of Oracles
Today's Horoscope Level 75, 30 minutes, 6 members Horlais Peak

SCNM

Name Level Zone
A Malicious Manifest Level 75, 30 minutes, 18 members Castle Oztroja (S)

ANNM

NM Name Level Cap Zone
Iqi-Balam 75 Sauromugue Champaign (S)

Campaign Unions

Obtained randomly through lot in Campaign Unions

Special Event

Historical Background

Damask (Arabic: دمسق) is a figured fabric of silk, wool, linen, cotton, or synthetic fibers, with a pattern formed by weaving. Made with one warp and one weft in which, generally, warp-satin and weft sateen weaves interchange. Twill or other binding weaves may sometimes be introduced. The term originally referred to ornamental silk fabrics, which were elaborately woven in colours, sometimes with the addition of gold and other metallic threads. Damask weaves are commonly produced today in silk, linen or linen-type fabrics which feature woven patterns featuring flowers, fruit, forms of animal life, and other types of ornament.

Damask was first produced in China, India, Persia, and Syria, then the Byzantine Empire followed. In the West, it was first known as diaspron or diaper, the term used in Constantinople. In the 12th century however, the city of Damascus, famous for its textiles, so far outstripped all other places for beauty of design that it gave the cloth its modern name.

Damask weaves in linen, cotton, synthetic or blended fibers are currently most commonly found in table linens. Damask cloths for table or bedding purposes are most commonly made of flax or tow yarns, but sometimes made partly of cotton or synthetic fibers. The finer damask textiles for these purposes are made of the best linen yarn, and although the latter is of a brownish, ecru color during the weaving processes, the ultimate fabric is pure white. The highlights in these cloths are obtained by long floats of warp and weft, and as these are set at right angles, they reflect the light differently according to the angle of the rays of light; the effect changes also with the position of the observer. Subdued effects are produced by shorter floats of yarn, and sometimes by special weaves. Any subject, however intricate, can be copied by this method of weaving, provided that expense is no object. The finest results are obtained when the so-called double damask weaves are used.

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