It is said that the first Tea Roses arrived on ships of the East India Company, mainly dedicated to the transport of tea. Since a small part of their load was made up of this new breed of roses, it is possible that the smell of tea, combined with their unusual scent, suggested the expression "Rose Scented Tea", the roses with the scent of tea. This flower of extremely refined elegance is printed on a soft cotton sateen. Available in Twin, Queen and King sizes and in four colors, the Tea duvet cover is backed with silky plain cotton sateen in coordinating color and is neatly finished with a simple hem; buttons closure. Made in Italy.Details
Refinement and elegance are the defining elements of this design: the sinuous movement of the Magnolia’s branches and its marvelous flowers embellish the fabric of Sanremo sham, much in the same way Magnolias embellish the most beautiful Italian gardens. Once again, respect for nature’s beauty is a winner. The 300 t.c. sateen fabric with its brightness and softness further enhances the uniqueness of this collection. Available in Standard, Euro and King sizes and in four colors, the Sanremo shams have four flanges of 2 inches neatly finished with a simple hem. Made in Italy.Details
Rugiada is a collection inspired by the beautiful English wallpapers of the early 1900s. These motifs were also used in the furnishing fabrics used for upholstery and curtains during the same period. The drawing reminds us of a spring walk in the countryside surrounded by beautifully colored and fragrant flowers. Where the beauty of nature attracts us, and every detail of a flower becomes a surprising attraction. Available in Standard, Euro and King sizes , the Rugiada sham has four flanges of 2 inches neatly finished with a simple hem. Made in Italy.Details
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.