Saxon Bedding Collection
Saxon Flat Sheet
Saxon Fitted Sheet
Saxon Pillowcase Pair
Saxon Duvet Cover
Saxon Gathered Bed Skirt - up to 18" drop
Styled from an antique piano scarf, ornate plumes of the most lush and exquisite stitching decorate soft Italian Egyptian cotton percale in Sferra's Saxon Bedding Collection. Elaborate and elegant embroidery on crisp percale sheeting sets this collection apart and makes a luxurious statement.
- 100% Italian spun Egyptian cotton percale.
- White percale sheeting with elaborate embroidery detail, finished with classic hemstitch.
- Flat sheets and Cases have embroidery and hemstitch along 3.5" cuff.
- Fitted sheets are labeled "Celeste".
- Duvet Covers have embroidery detail on U-shape on top of bed, and hemstitch along 3" flange.
- Shams have embroidery on four sides and hemstitch along 3" flange.
- Bedskirts are labeled "Celeste" and have 3 gathered panels, are plain white without embroidery, and have up to a 18" drop.
- Made in Italy.
Care: Machine wash in warm water, gentle cycle. Use non - chlorine bleach as needed. Wash dark colors separately. Tumble dry on low, removing while still damp. For best results, steam iron on "cotton" setting on the reverse side of the fabric.
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|Short Description||Sferra's fine linens are rooted in the past; featuring Old World tradition and classic styling. In 1891, Gennaro Sferra emigrated from Italy to the United States, and toured resorts from Maine to Palm Beach selling exquisite Venetian lace to wealthy families of the day. Today, Sferra continues the tradition that Gennaro began more than a century ago, capturing the timeless beauty of the world's finest fabrics and embroideries for luxury bedding collections and table linens that deliver a lifetime of luxury and comfort. Sferra was the first to develop the special yarn necessary to produce the first 1020 thread count sheets. The secret of SFERRA's enduring reputation is consistently prominent today; only the finest materials are used in anything that carries the SFERRA name.|