With textures ranging from wool to satin, handmade "Razzmatazz" quilts and shams feature a patchwork of stripes in a block design. Fabrics and pattern cuts vary from piece to piece, so no two are alike, adding to the heirloom look.
- "Razzmatazz" linens are made of polyester, silk, cotton, and wool fabrics, with cotton backing and batting. Dry clean. Imported.
- Matte velvet linens from Pine Cone Hill® are viscose/cotton with cotton batting and reverse. Select color when ordering. Machine wash. Imported.
- Printed linen/cotton pillows by John Robshaw have feather/down inserts. Machine wash. Imported. Oblong turquoise pillow is printed in coral and umber. Round pillow with hand-stitched details is printed in magenta and charcoal.
- We also added a linen pillow hand embroidered with an animal scene in cotton thread. Has feather/down fill. Dry clean. Imported.
Easy-care, no-iron sheet sets by Matouk are made in the USA of 200-thread-count white Italian percale (a 50/50 blend of Egyptian cotton and polyester). Flat sheets and pillowcases are embellished with two lines of embroidery in your choice of colors; select color when ordering. Machine wash.
The son of a jeweler, John Matouk understood the principles of fine workmanship and quality materials. After studying fine fabrics in Italy, he founded Matouk in 1929 as a source for fine bed and bath linens. Today, the third generation of the Matouk family guides the company, whose headquarters were relocated to the United States from Europe during World War II. Matouk linens are prized worldwide for their uncompromising quality and hand-finished detailing by skilled craftsmen.