Silk is a natural protein produced by certain caterpillars (silkworms) to form cocoons.
- Mulberry silk is produced from domesticated Bombyx mori silkworms that feed on mulberry bushes. Approximately 90% of the silk produced each year is Mulberry Silk.
- Tasar (Tussah) is a type of wild silk produced by the Antherae genus of silkworm. Typically available in natural color as it does not dye well.
- Eri Silk is derived from domesticated silkworms and has a creamy white color.
- Muga Silk is produced by the Antherae genus of silkworm that feed on the soalu plant. Known for its golden brown color and glossy texture.
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