Tussore

Tussore (also tussah or tussur) is the silk woven from the cocoons of wild silkworms feeding on some mountain shrub. The undyed silk is a tan or light brown colour. There are various types of tussore, each named after the shrub that the cocoons were collected from. The diet of the silkworms has a great effect on the quality of the silk. Collective...
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Tussore

Tussore, tussur or tussah is a silk produced chiefly by the larvae of two species of moth of the genus Antheraea; Antheraea pernyi is a native of Mongolia and feeds on oak leaves; and Antheraea mylitta is found in India, particularly in Bengal where it feeds on various trees. Tussore silk has a strong, coarse filament, flat in section and washable....
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