The Silk Concept

Types of Silk


Eri Silk
Eri Silk

90% of our products are made from this silk as it is considered a Non-Violence Wild Silk. The white wool silk is often referred to as the Ahimsa silk or the fabric of peace, as the process does not involve the killing of the silk worm.
Eri is the most different and truly a sustainable form of silk. The weavers and those involved in the industry follow a slow & kind process wherein we wait for the silkworm to leave its cocoon. These abandoned cocoons are then collected and taken through the process of turning it into yarns and later weaved into- sarees, stoles, shawls or what have you. Eri's qualification as a skin friendly fabric has become widely known.

Eri Silk
Muga Silk

Known as the ‘Golden Silk’ because it is the purest silk found only in Assam.
It is considered as rare because it needs to be protected and taken care of. The benefit of using 'Muga' is that it shines and becomes soft when it is hand-washed over time. Moreover, the best quality of using this silk that it will not loose its shine and will never go low in quality over long periods of time, making it an heritage product. However, it has been said that this silk is being considered as dying silk due to social-economic factors and environmental issues.

Eri Silk
Mulberry Silk

This silk is known for its shine & is considered more refined than any other silk. The most famous silk found in Assam and other parts of India. It can be easily found & sold. Property is such that when it is burns, no residues are left and it cannot catch fire. It is weaved in its natural colour but can be later dyed.