[...]cut in equal lengths. Tussore.-Interesting experiments have recently been made with the Tussore, or wild silk of India, which bids fair to create a revolution in embroidery. Not only can it be produced for less than half the price of the cultivated silk of Italy, China, or Japan, but it also takes the most delicate dyes with a softness that gives a peculiarly charming effect. It can scarcely be said to be in the market as yet, but in all probability before this work is through the press it will have become an important element in decorative needlework. It is much less glossy than cultivated silk.[...].