Linen is a textile made from the fibers of the flax plant. The fabric is quite durable yet air, and it dries quicker than most of cotton products. The durability and quality of our plant and mineral dyed linens are unmatched, and can last for years and even decades maintaining their beautiful, natural hues.
Archeologists and researchers suggest that the first clothing was created in Georgia. The earliest dyed flax fibers have been found in a prehistoric cave named Dzudzuana Cave in the Republic of Georgia and date back to 36,000 B.C. It’s likely that early humans used plants in the area to color the fibers. These fibers lead archeologists to the conclusion that the earliest clothing was invented in Georgia.