Filled with pure white Siberian goose down, this duvet feels incredibly soft and comfortable.
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|Single||140 x 200cm|
|Double||200 x 200cm|
|King||230 x 220cm|
|Super King||260 x 220cm|
|Savoy King||260 x 220cm|
|Emperor||290 x 235cm|
Siberian goose down is undoubtedly one of the world’s finest natural fillings. The large and soft lofty fibres unique to the geese from this region make the duvet feel light and airy, whilst providing exceptional warmth and insulation.
Filled with 100% pure white Siberian goose down and encased in a white 100% cotton cover.
Baffled box stitching to prevent materials from moving around inside the duvet.
Available in 4.5, 10.5 and 12 tog*. We recommend 4.5 for Spring/Summer, 10.5 for Autumn/Winter and 12 tog for Winter or very cool rooms.
*Tog rating relates to thermal resistance.
Machine wash and tumble dry, although we recommend commercial machines due to the size of duvets.
Made in Germany by a family-owned company who use ethically sourced down from tightly controlled and certified sources. The size of the fibres and quantity of fill are carefully balanced to achieve the perfect end product.
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The decadently soft under plumage of the goose, down sourced from Siberia is one of the world's finest natural fillings. In colder climates, animals have to protect themselves from extreme weather conditions and this produces a better quality of down, which is perfect for duvets and pillows.