We begin with "Ombrione" linens, a sophisticated damask pattern of ivory cut-velvet against a linen-colored ground, then mix in "Arielle" linens with raised silver scroll pattern.
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- "Ombrione" damask linens are imported of Italian materials by Designers Guild. Made of viscose/polyester/linen/polyamide with cotton/polyester satin reverse. Dry clean.
- "Arielle" scroll linens are made in the USA of imported materials. Coverlets are cotton/polyester/viscose; shams are cotton/viscose/silk; pillow is cotton/viscose with silk charmeuse back and feather/down fill. Machine wash.
- Gathered, three-panel dust skirts with 17.5" drop and matching European sham are made of ivory silk organza over silver silk charmeuse. Dry clean. Made in the USA of imported fabrics.
- Lili Alessandra's 22"Sq. ivory silk pillow with silver trim has feather/down fill. Dry clean. Imported.
- Silver vine bolster pillow, made in the USA of Italian viscose/silk, has feather/down insert. Machine wash.
About Pine Cone Hill:
Pine Cone Hill, designed by Annie Selke, is a collection of bed linens with Selke's signature charming prints and patterns. The designer began making her Pine Cone Hill linens with a sewing machine on her dining room table. Today, the collection has fans across the country who love the line's easy sophistication.