Sericulture, the practice of developing silk, is called a 'culture' to encapsulate its traditional creativity. Dating back to Gupta period (AD 400-600) in India, weaver households, continue to perfect this sacred art.
An ancient legend states a Buddhist monk smuggled two eggs of the Bombyx mori, for reeling the cocoon needed for Dupioni silk. He used this to make donations to the temples where silk was a customary offering.Dupion, meaning 'double’, is woven with two threads creating its unique texture. Our collection of classic solid ties, woven in the purest form of silk, makes an irrefutable and everlasting style statement. Tactfully cut for maximum elasticity, it is a wardrobe essential with an oomph to set it apart.