Silk use in fabrics was first developed in ancient China around 2696BC. For generations, local farmers in China have grown Mulberry trees to harvest the leaves for Bombyx mori silkworms to feed on. The resulting cocoons are spun into raw silk fibres which are then woven into the quality fabric we have come to know and love.
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A very similar seven fold tie from Turnbull & Asser had been winking at me with an eye watering price tag of £300. My new PP tie is simply fabulous, and there is no difference whatsoever in the quality of materials and craftsmanship.
- David Jackson