We use our handspun Eri silk yarn and fine mill spun Eri silk yarn to create a range of Peace Silk sustainable clothing accessories. Muezart works closely with local village weavers to revive the sustainable supply chain of rearing Eri silk cocoons, spinning and hand dyeing of yarns. These one of a kind accessories are made with a range of handspun and mill spun yarn.
A spring essential. You can pair it up with your jeans or formals, or for work. This wrap is named Mariang which means “Nature” in the local language as it resonates the lush full green forest of Meghalaya.
The scarf is named Aram, which means “Clouds” in the Garo language. Its name is inspired by the color of pure Eri Silk (Ahimsa the peace silk) which is cream white which looks like the color of the clouds.
This scarf can also be worn as a wrap. It is inspired by the rich maroon color of a flower called ‘La Tu Thiñ’. Syntiew means flower in Khasi. This beautiful flower blooms only in Meghalaya during the winter season on the crevice of the mountains of Meghalaya.
Kyntang means blessed, according to the old traditions the three stipes at the end of the shawl is believed to bring good life and protection from evil. Its subtle color makes it a jack of all trades with any wear.
Connect with the story behind this eri silk shawl. Stand for what you wear knowing this shawl is made with 100% sustainable fibers. Handwoven and slow-made.
This scarf is named Rang which means “Manly” in the Khasi language depicting the masculinity of the grey color of the scarf. It didn't surprise us to discover the color and the feel make this handwoven eri silk scarf our most sought after product.
The wrap name Hunaru which in Assamese means “Gold”, inspired by the golden shimmer and glossy texture of the Mulberry Silk that looks fit for royalty. This is a sheer elegant wrap that will enhance a dress or casual look. The unique blend of two silks give a distinct texture.