Mulberry Silk is also known as Bombyx silk or Cultivated Silk. The best quality silk you can buy. It is produced from the silk worms of the Bombyx Mori Moth. Their diet consits of Mulberry leaves. Mulberry silk is produced in a controlled warm enviroment.

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Tussah Silk is a wild silk. Made from wild tussah silk worms who eat juniper leaves and oak. As the silk is produced in the wild and not in a controlled environment the silk tends to be courser and less lustrous than Mulberry silk. We have natural silk in many forms and also 6 dyed shades in tops. The dyes used are commercial acid dyes which conform with Oeko-Tex 100 quality system.

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Silk  Waste throwsters waste is produced during the production of silk yarn, and is a mass of strong, coarse fibres of varying length. It is mainly used for paper making or for effect.

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