These are high quality Thai silk from Khorat in northeast region of Thailand. Khorat is the center of the silk industry in Thailand and the best quality of Thai silk in Thailand.
Thai silk pillow cover set. (One set included 2 pillow covers)
Front of this pillow cover made from Cotton.
Back of this pillow cover made from Thai silk.
All items are Brand New and Never been used.
Size : 16 Inches x 16 Inches
Hidden zipper on back of pillow cover.
Please note that pillows are not included
Maintenance : Recommended to be Dry Clean or hand wash (Dry cleaning is the best way to keep Thai silk in good condition and maintain its original beauty, luster, and texture.)
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Shipping & handling cost USD$9.00 , Item(s) will ship from Thailand via registered airmail. Please allow about 2-3 weeks for shipping time. Please confirm shipping address in the PAYPAL for a prompt delivery.
Express Mail Service (EMS) Shipping & handling cost for EMS USD$35.00 for the first item and USD$10.00 for each additional item. Shipping time about 7-10 days.
We will ship item(s) within 48 hours (business day) after the payment is cleared.
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FAQs of Thai silk
What is Thai silk?
Silk is the natural filament produced by the salivary glands of silkworms which are a type of moth that feeds on the mulberry bush. Silkworms are caterpillars, not worms. They spin their cocoons using a complex set of mechanisms within their bodies when they change from larva into pupa. Thai silk is produced by Thai caterpillars raised on Thai mulberry leaves by Thai weavers in Thailand, primarily on the Khorat Plateau in the country's northeast region. Chaiyaphum is just north of Khorat province.
Raw silk is bumpy and irregular. The completed cocoon is pulled from the mulberry bush and placed in a vat of boiling water, which separates the silk thread of the cocoon from the caterpillar inside.
The silk from Thailand's caterpillars varies in color from light gold to very light green. A cocoon is comprised of one thread that is 500-1,500 meters long. A single filament is too thin to use alone so many threads are combined to make a thicker, more practical fiber.
Why is Thai silk so shiny and lustrous?
Thai Silk has triangular fibers which reflect light like prisms. It also has layers of protein that gives it a natural sheen and makes it lustrous and smooth. Silk is an insect fiber and superior to any animal or plant fiber. Thai silk fiber is strong but lightweight, elastic but supple.
What is two-tone Thai silk?
Two tone iridescent Thai silk is way cool and extremely pleasant to the eyes. Depending on the angle at which it is viewed, the fabric color changes!
In addition, Thai silk has a unique luster, with a sheen that has two unique blends : one color for the warp and another for the weft. Color changes as you hold the Thai silk fabric at varying angle against light.
How to Clean Silk? And How to Care for Silk?
Dry cleaning is the best way to keep Thai silk in good condition and maintain its original beauty, luster, and texture. You can also hand wash it in lukewarm water using the mildest soap. Add a table spoonful of clear white vinegar added to the final rinse.
Never wring your Thai silk! Dry it in the shade, preferably where there's a mild breeze, and be sure it's well supported.