Natural Tussah Silk Top
Tussah and Mulberry silk both come from silkworms. What is the difference?
Tussah silk comes from the cocoons of the Saturniid wild moth. This silkworm eats oak leaves. Since oak leaves contain tannins, Tussah silk is naturally golden colored.
Mulberry silk comes from the cocoons of the Bombyx mori captive moth. This silkworm eats white mulberry leaves. Mulberry silk is naturally white.
Available in ½ ounce and 1 ounce quantities.