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Imagine falling asleep under a pure silk duvet. A pure silk duvet is naturally hypoallergenic, moulds to the contours of your body and regulates your heat through it's unique layering of silk floss and its ability to wick away moisture.Learn More
Tricky question. If you can afford it then go for silk case. It is lighter, fully hypoallergenic and will drape over you better and stain less. If value for money is key then cotton case will be more durable, keep the cost down but both still offer the same silk filling.
We use only the finest layers of Mulberry silk in a Silkweb duvet. A standard autumn weight duvet consists of more than 200 silk layers. Each layer is carefully stretched and placed by hand to provide easier airflow. Silk also has a natural ability to help regulate temperature. Because of this body heat is retained during the winter and released during the warmer months.
Manufactured in China, our silk duvets are made in a factory that has been awarded the OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification. This ensures that our duvets are made from natural products that do not contain any harmful chemicals or substances.
We are sure you will be delighted with your purchase, however if you are not entirely satisfied, provided the goods are returned unused in the original condition and within 14 calendar days of receiving the goods, we will give you an exchange or refund.
The best quality silk is cultivated Mulberry silk. When silk worms are fed on mulberry leaves they produce the best quality silk which is naturally pure white, round, strong, smooth and produces long fibres necessary for the best silk duvets. Tussah silk is wild silk that has not been fed on mulberry leafs and is naturally brown and coarse. Because, it is brown, manufacturers tend to bleach the silk to try and make it look nice, hence a strong smell and the fibres will not be long. We only use Mulberry silk in all our bedding.