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Silk Cut Cocoons, Mulberry Silk Fibres, Bombyx Mori Silk Worm, Degummed Silk Cocoons

Silk Cut Cocoons Mulberry Silk Fibres Bombyx by OliverTwistsFibres,

Silk worm Moth and cocoons. Only eat Mulberry leaves & give us our ...

silk worm moth and cocoons. Bombyx mori refers to silk from worms that only eat mulberry leaves, usually cultivated. The silk produced is white.

Sericulture in India - cocoons of silk worms hanging on trees in a forest

Sericulture in India

Types of silks and where to buy Indian silks online from outside India.

Gathering silk worms - Silk cloth is lightweight, but warm in cool weather. Real silk is comfortable in hot weather, because it absorbs moisture without feeling wet.

Gathering silk worms - Silk cloth is lightweight, but warm in cool weather. Real silk is comfortable in hot weather, because it absorbs moisture without feeling wet.

Silk worm cocoons about to be unspun.    History of Silk :  Since the 27 th century B.C., the Chinese have produced and used silk fabric. In fact, raising silk worms was one of the many chores of the farm women in China. From China, silk was exported via the Silk Route.    The Chinese never let out the secret of how the silk was produced. However, in later years, Christian monks smuggled the eggs out of the country; hence introducing silk manufacture in other nations as well.

Silk worm cocoons about to be unspun - Silk cloth is lightweight, but warm in cool weather. Real silk is comfortable in hot weather, because it absorbs moisture without feeling wet.

Silk production in Soufli has a long history dating back to Byzantium. Families involved in the silk industry could not even imagine that this “noble” raw material would be widely used one day.Soufli is the only city in Greece involved in silkworm rearing and processing of yarn taken from the cocoon. Silk produced is of high quality, often considered better than the Chinese. This fact combined with the European monopoly gives a great perspective on the region.

Silk production in Soufli has a long history dating back to Byzantium.

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