Golden Sea Silk

Golden Sea Silk

Byssus fabric was called “sea silk” because it was made from the filaments of Mediterranean mollusks. It was farmed/collected by the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans, who wove them into clothes that when treated with lemon juice, turned golden and this color never faded.

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