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Torch Coral

Raw Silk Jacket Inspiration

Euphyllia glabrescens is a species of large-polyped stony coral belonging to the Caryophyllidae family. Its common name is the torch coral due to its long sweeper tentacles tipped with potent cnidocytes. It can be a number of colours, and is often bicolored with contrasting tentacles and polyp tips.

With a great distribution of Torch Coral in Fiji - Joe Bananas' second home - it was easy to draw inspiration from this quirky natural beauty to create the ‘Torch Coral’ Raw Silk Jacket. A masterful mix of sea green, violet and gold silk are interwoven against a contrasting black, giving the weave great texture and dimension. A delightful addition to any wardrobe.

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 Torch Coral

Torch Coral
100% Handwoven
Raw Silk Jacket

Lining: 100% Silk
Buttons: Spanish Buffalo Horn
Weave time: 246 days
Weave yield: 31.3 yards

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