split lath

split lath

A wood lath made by splitting long strips of wood; less uniform than wood lath cut with a saw.
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Plasterwork can be reconstructed by using ancient techniques (lime, hair, and split lath), modern technology (molds and fibrous plaster), or a combination of both.