Leizu’s Discovery 27th Century BC — Adell Shetterly
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Image or plate size is 11 x 9.5" and is custom matted/framed and ready to hang at 18 x 16". 1/1 mixed media original print.
Leizu was a Chinese Empress, according to legend she discovered silkworms while enjoying an afternoon tea. A silkworm cocoon fell in her drink; the heat unwrapped the silk and she realized the cocoon was the source of the silk. It is said that she domesticated the worms and invented the first silk loom.