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100% Korean velvet shawl Y16201

  • Item Code: YXY16201sale
  • Materials: 100% silk
  • Retail Price: $ 80.00  $ 56.00
  • Wholesale Price: $ 56.00  $ 56.00 Wholesale Price - Choose any type of 30 items will qualify this wholesale price.
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Name of commodity: Velvet Scarf

Brand: Yun Xi

Products: 35% cashmere 65% silk fabrics

Product specification: length: 180CM (including spike ) W: 70CM

Weight: 105 grams ( manual measurements, in some error )

Packaging Description: simple OPP bag packaging

Washing instructions: silk, wool products please use neutral detergent, not available alkaline detergent ( such as soap, washing powder )

Reminder: photographs in the sun shoot, the light of different pictures exist, some color, material will be relatively slightly darker. Products before shipment will be repeated examinations, but due to the particularity of silk products, there may be a little obvious drain wire, the individual yarn displacement, small color point does not affect the wear problem of small, also hope the fans understand.

When the Manchu ruled China during the Qing Dynasty, certain social strata emerged. Among them were the Banners, mostly Manchu, who as a group were called Banner People.

Manchu women typically wore a one-piece dress that came to be known as the cheongsam. The qipao fitted loosely and hung straight down the body. You can pull on cheongsam of PLUS SIZE DRESSES Under the dynastic laws after 1644, all Han Chinese were forced to wear a queue and dress in Manchurian qipao instead of traditional Han Chinese clothing, under penalty of death. In the following 300 years, the qipao became the adopted clothing of the Chinese (though it cannot be considered as the traditional dress of Chinese, as it was forced upon them), and was eventually tailored to suit the preferences of the population. Such was its popularity that the garment form survived the political turmoil of the 1911 Xinhai Revolution that toppled the Qing Dynasty. Silk is a natural protein fiber, some forms of which can be woven into textiles. The best-known type of silk is obtained from cocoons made by the larvae of the mulberry silkworm Bombyx mori reared in captivity (sericulture). The shimmering appearance for which silk is prized comes from the fibers' triangular prism-like structure which allows silk cloth to refract incoming light at different angles. "Wild silks" are produced by caterpillars other than the mulberry silkworm and can be artificially cultivated. A variety of wild silks have been known and used in China, South Asia, and Europe since early times, but the scale of production was always far smaller than that of cultivated silks. They differ from the domesticated varieties in color and texture, and cocoons gathered in the wild usually have been damaged by the emerging moth before the cocoons are gathered, so the silk thread that makes up the cocoon has been torn into shorter lengths. Commercially reared silkworm pupae are killed by dipping them in boiling water before the adult moths emerge, or by piercing them with a needle, allowing the whole cocoon to be unraveled as one continuous thread. This permits a much stronger cloth to be woven from the silk. Wild silks also tend to be more difficult to dye than silk from the cultivated silkworm. We can PLUS SIZE DRESSES for you

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