The F&C Journal — Silk Ties

The Benefits of Silk by Jemima Haddock

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The Benefits of Silk by Jemima Haddock

Silk is also hypoallergenic and wards off some of our most common allergens like fungus, mildew and dust mites. It is extremely rare for anyone to have any allergy to silk.

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Flowers in Art - A Fragrant Romp Through History by Jemima Haddock

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Flowers in Art - A Fragrant Romp Through History by Jemima Haddock

Florals are probably the most frequently used designs on textiles, for clothing and furnishings alike. 

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Something old, something new, something borrowed & something silky smooth by Ashley Peters.

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Something old, something new, something borrowed & something silky smooth by Ashley Peters.

This wedding season, Fox & Chave is throwing you a silk rope, so take it!

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A Silky Something for Someone Special by Ashley Peters

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A Silky Something for Someone Special by Ashley Peters

The transience of cherry blossom reminds your Valentine to savour the beauty of love and life...

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New Balls Please!

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New Balls Please!

An estimated 27,000 kilos of Strawberries and 7,000 litres of cream are eaten each year during the two weeks of the Wimbledon tournament.

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