A photo is not available due to the high demand for this yarn. It is a lace weight tussah silk. It is the same size as Beforehand, but tussah is a wild silk. The worms ate something other than mulberry leaves. Therefore the silk they produce is of an "inferior" quality. It is naturally ecru and sometimes slightly yellow in color before dyeing. Because of this, after dyeing, the hues are slightly off and muted. The staple is shorter so the yarn has more of a tooth and less sheen.