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Forget your jewelry, this scarf is the jewel. Dazzling on a black dress, but of course also to combine with white and red. This is tussar at its purest.
Tussar silk is wild silk collected in the forests from cocoons abandoned by silkworms. The structure of the silk is therefore somehow different from regular silk. The silk threads of wild silk are broken because the caterpillars have gnawed themselves out of the cocoon. On cultivated silk, caterpillars are killed while still in their cocoons. This leaves the silk threads unbroken. The gold-bonze glow comes naturally with tussar silk