The Acanto leaf has always been a source of artistic inspiration: from the depictions on the Corinthian capitals to the ancient ornaments on masters’ garments. In the Acanto duevt cover, this plant’s leaves are masterly woven and entwined with flowers that soften its appearance. The motif’s harmony is embellished by the 500 t.c. yarn-dyed jacquard that makes this collection perfect for those who love to have character in their home. Available in Twin, Queen and King sizes, the Acanto Duvet cover is backed with silky cotton sateen in coordinating color and is neatly finished with a simple hem, buttons closure. Made in Italy.Details
The Cerboli line enhances the quality of our Egyptian combed cotton yarn. Our excellence in glorifying these fabrics are distinctive characteristics of these high-end lines and the result is a full fabric yet soft and silky. In the Cerboli shams, the whirling of the fern leaves give rise to a light dance, as if moved by the wind, in a play of elegance and grace. In a particular contemporary style, the leaves are drawn on a silky piece dyed jacquard, making the line ideal for both classic and modern decors. Available in Standard, Euro and King sizes, the Cerboli Shams have four flanges of 2 inches neatly finished with a simple hem. Made in Italy.Details
The Ravello duvet cover is inspired by the beautiful illustrations found on Amalfi Coast tiles. The softness of the movement and the detailed shades adorning this fabric create an elegant masterpiece.
Ravello Yarn Dyed Jacquard is made with the outstanding durable longest-staple Egyptian cotton that highlights the sleek hand and the luxury that can adorn every space.
Available in Twin, Queen and King sizes, the Ravello Duvet cover is backed with silky cotton sateen in coordinating color and is neatly finished with a simple hem, buttons closure. Made in Italy.
Any reference to thread count (TC) refers to the commonly accepted commercial definition of the number of yarns per square inch including 2 ply yarns for obtaining total thread count. It is not a reference to the “technical” definition as promulgated by ASTM Standard D 3775 which considers 2 or more ply yarns as one thread or end. Applying D 3775 to multiple ply yarns will result in a lower technical thread count than the commercial definition.