Pure Silk

In 3630 BC recorded the earliest form of Silk developed in ancient China. Like any other luxurious fabrics, Silks were reserved for the Emperors of China for their own use or as great gifts for other royalties. As time passed, it had gradually become part of the Chinese culture.

The Pure Silk is made of protein fiber that is obtained from cocoons. Due to its texture and luster, Pure Silk soon became a popular luxury fabric to Chinese merchants. Traded geographically and socially in every accessible area of China and many regions of Asia. Besides China, Pure Silk had a long history in many countries such as India, Thailand, Bangladesh, Ancient Mediterranean, the Middle East and Europe.

Pure Silk is incredibly smooth to touch. Resilience and high absorbent with the capability to provide ultimate comfort to the wearer. Therefore, it is often made into wedding gowns, lingerie, robes, pajamas, dresses, blouses, scarves, shawls, shirts, ties, suits and Kimonos. Extended to household products such as bedding, curtains, furniture upholstery and accessories.

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