The Emma duvet cover is part of the Signoria Vintage collection, which aims to offer its enthusiasts a touch of Italian taste with a reference to the past. The line, in the finest sateen quality, is garment dyed and finished with advanced techniques resulting in a particular softness to the fabric. The elegant 300 t.c. sateen is further refined and enriched by adding a border with sateen piping. The border matches the sateen background color while the piping is available in several color options to match your décor or coordinate with our top of the bed patterns. The modern look of this line was designed for someone who is looking for new trends in décor without compromising on luxury and craftsmanship, emblematic of the made in Tuscany trademark. It has an easy-maintenance attitude: it can be used straight from dryer or only touched up with an iron if desired for a less casual look. The wide color palette allows for infinite combinations. Made with 100% long-staple cotton 300 t.c. sateen. Available in Twin, Queen and King sizes; buttons closure. Made in Italy.
Machine wash lukewarm water, from 85°F (30°C) to 105°F (40°C), delicate cycle; use a mild detergent; cold rinse; Do noy use bleach; Wash linens separately from other fabrics, separate light & dark colors; Tumble dry low heat (delicate dry cycle), remove while damp for less wrinkling; iron if desired on medium heat.
These bed linens were dyed & finished in a special production process to obtain its vintage look. Exposure to direct sunlight or the use of common stain removal chemicals can result in discoloration. These items have already been prewashed and shrunk during the special finishing process.
All Signoria Firenze products include a care label sewn into each product. In addition, please refer to the fabric care label for recommended care for each item.
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.