Muga Silk Scarves
Please note; all pieces have pink tones that do not seem to be coming through in photos. Expect in person the pieces to be more dusty pink than cream overall.
All pieces are 100% muga silk warp. Muga silk is a variety of wild silk geographically tagged to the state of Assam in India. The silk is known for its extreme durability and has a natural yellowish-golden tint with a shimmering, glossy texture. It was previously reserved for the use of royalty. The silk has more texture and shine than mulberry and can be considered to have a dry in hand feel.
All pieces are approximately 17” side & 76” long (1.94m) + 10” loose fringe. Complimentary twisting of fringe is possible on all pieces, please message me on Facebook or add to notes to add that to your piece.
Piece #1 (photos 1&2) is a 50% Seacell 50% Cotton weft. Dyed I shades of pink, cream, rose.
Piece #2 (photos 3&4) is a 50% yak 50% silk weft. Dyed in a solid earthy mauve.
Piece #3 (photos 5&6) is a 100% muga weft. Dyed in a bronze brown.
Piece #4 (photos 7&8) is a 50% camel 50% silk weft in the natural creamy camel state.