Silver & Pearls
An intricate film of swoon worthy silks, pure velvets, mother~of~pearl gifts, handmade paperie, dishes of mouth~watering food & glorious tastemaker travels
Russian vintage tulips & coral
Silk ~ Salon Style
Pure botanical inks, savory taste to the touch, a visual feast,
an intensely delicate yet stalwart mixture of elements to inspire your life.
Magnolia blossoms, a tracery of sunset gold lines,
flung across a cloudy vellum sheet or glowing pale marble silk.
Petals of gorgeous tinted colours ~ lapis lazuli, oyster, grey green and more.
Silk panels like a vintage painting unfurled in your atmosphere.
An experiential endeavor mixing poetry ~ eternal and ephemeral emotion ~ into a modern tapestry of sophisticated silk. Thus restoring the pure and versatile power of beauty.
Anciently a pound of raw silk commanded more than its weight in gold.
Sage kings recorded sacred texts on silk and rolls of silk were the luxury and lightweight way to correspond. One discovery is of a jade tablet of pure white, bearing an engraved inscription of 170 characters in the Li style for the Emperor's sacrifice to heaven.
Considered the most exquisite material for writing, some lengths were pre-marked with lines in vermilion and more were fashioned by weaving the lines into silk for writing.
Scholars arranged the oldest known literature formed this way, the Mawangdui Silk Texts into 28 books. The 120,000 words cover military strategy, mathematics, cartography and the 6 classical arts ~ ritual, music, archery, horsemanship, writing and arithmetic.
The three earliest maps in the world were drawn on silk over 2100 years ago
on the basis of field surveys.
For a millenium the right to wear silk was reserved for emperors and nobles, only those with abundant wealth were seen with a shimmering appearance, since silk's prism like shape structure refracts light from every angle. Today silk manufacture makes up around 4% of the fabrics currently produced continuing its reputation for rare luxury.
The earliest example of silk fabric, 3630 BC, found wrapping the body of a child.
A token memory of angelic ministry.
Today Juliet's vision is to restore the power of this extraordinary textile as the premier choice for a future of beauty, harmony, and the touch of heaven in our lives.