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Silk Yarn

Silk Filament

Orgazine, Trame and Cordonnet

Mulberry and Tussah Silk
raw white and colors
from 20/22 denier

Combed Silk

Combed Silk
raw white and colors
in A, A extra, AA, AAA
Nm 10 - Nm 200

No Cruelty Silk
raw white and colors
Nm 60/2, Nm 120/2, Nm 200/2

Shantung and Slubby Yarn
raw white and colors
Nm 4 - Nm 100

Stock Program
100% Combed Silk
Nm 60/2, Nm 120/2, Nm 200/2

Worsted Silk

raw white and colors
Nm 10 - Nm 30

Silk Blends

raw white and colors

Possible Blends
with cashmere, viscose, wool, alpaca, mohair, linen or cotton

Discover the noblest natural filament

The World of Mulberry and Tussah Silk

Exquisite and luxurious silk fabrics for fashion and homeware can be created from fine, intensely colored silk yarns using various textile techniques.

Mulberry silk is considered the finest type of silk. It is obtained from the cocoons of the mulberry moth, which feeds on the leaves of the mulberry tree. During its metamorphosis, the silkworm pupates a cocoon with its extremely fine and uniform silk thread. This results in a cocoon thread of 1,000 to 4,000 m in length – a natural endless thread of which around 500 – 1,000 m can be unreeled.

Tussah silk, also called wild silk, is also a silk filament. It is obtained from the cocoons of wild butterflies, the oak silk moth or Atlas moth. Unlike with mulberry silk, the butterfly hatches first, before the raw silk is reeled off from the broken cocoons. The relatively shorter silk thread has natural irregularities in its structure, is somewhat coarser and stronger than mulberry silk and has a matt golden-yellow hue.

For both mulberry silk and tussah silk, there are three main types of processing:


Filament Silk

Very fine and uniform silk yarn from the middle cocoon part. By unwinding one obtains the filament silk - also called raw silk.


Combed Silk

Fine, uniform, shiny and soft worsted yarn obtained and spun from the outer parts of the cocoon. It is also called Schappe.


Worsted Silk

Matte-gold, flame and irregular carded yarn that gives fabrics a moving look. It is also called Bourette and made from the combs of Schappe.


Silk Filament

Silk Yarn From Natural Filaments

After degumming the raw silk can be used as threads. Usually it is twisted and used for orgazine, trame or cordonnet.
Silk has a very high tenacity, which makes it very useful for technical applications and functional apparel.
raw white and dyed from 20/22 denier

No Cruelty Silk

Give Life to Mulberry Moths

Farmed mulberry silk has the bitter sideeffect that butterflies may never see the light of day after their metamorphosis, except for those used for breeding. Not so with No Cruelty Silk. Unlike as in the traditional reeling process, butterflies are allowed to leave their cocoon, before the cocoons are unreeled and processed into high quality combed silk. Depending on it’s origin, this type of silk is also often referred to as Peace Silk or Ahimsa Silk. 

Vibrant Look with Classic Silk Effects

100% combed Silk in raw white and colors in quality levels A, A extra, AA, AAA. Our partner's in-house hank dyeing facility makes it possible to dye any shade of color as desired.

100% Shantung and Slubby Yarn
Nm 4 - Nm 100 in raw white and colors

For 100% combed silk, also with no cruelty, in Nm 60/2, Nm 120/2, Nm 200/2 as well as various silk melanges, we present an extensive color palette with stock program.


Combed and Worsted Silk Yarn


Silk Blends

Design Custom Silk Blends

Cashmere/Silk 70/30% in Nm 56/2 in different colors with stock program

Viscose/Silk Shantung Jaspé 70/30% in Nm 15/1

Wool/Silk Shantung 70/30% in Nm 15/1

Other silk blends with alpaca, mohair, linen or cotton on request.

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