To commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, we have made a special edition ‘DIAMOND’ divan and mattress set. Just 60 of these unique hand-made sets will be produced utilising the finest quality materials available today; each set will be individually made to the size of your choice, hand finished in your chosen fabric and personalised with your own name and limited edition number.
A BED OF UNRIVALLED QUALITY, TO MARK A TRULY UNIQUE OCCASION
Specifications for this model.
Mattress - Four rows of hand side stitching, corners padded with Lambs wool. Tufted with pure new wool tufts, nickel vents and horizontal handles with embroidered handle with limited edition on foot end and embroidered mattress panel with customers name.
- Two Layers Pocket Sprung units un nested
- Organic Flax
- Organic Cotton
- White Cattletail
- Supersoft Bamboo
- Merino Wool
- 100% pure Cashmere
Divan - Sprung edge divan unit timber construction glued and screwed, hand rounded corners with shepherd castors split north to south.
- X 2 Pocket Sprung unit wire un nested
- Super Hi Loft Wool
ONLY 60 PEOPLE WILL EVER GET TO KNOW HOW GOOD THIS BED REALLY IS
We use material from Enkev - The natural fibre company. Nature constantly replenishes these raw materials, which are unsurpassed in resilience, durability and ventilation.
For centuries, silk has had a reputation as a luxurious and sensuous fabric that is associated with wealth and success. Silk is one of the oldest fibres known to man. The Chinese have used it since the 27th century BC. Silk is mentioned by Aristotle and became a valuable commodity both in Greece and Rome. In the Roman Empire, silk was literally worth its weight in gold. The unique production process adds to the mystery and exclusiveness of the fabric. It takes 5,500 silkworms to produce one kilogram of raw silk.
Bamboo fibre is a green natural fibre can be used in many fields, such as home textile, bedding, underwear, sports wear, etc. Finished products from bamboo fibre have become popular in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, the US and Europe. The microstructure of bamboo fibre can enhance the coolness and breathability of bamboo-finished products. Bamboo fibre has unrivalled softness. It absorbs up to four times more moisture than cotton and contains natural antibacterial elements.
Almost pure cellulose, cotton is the world’s most widely used natural fibre. The main reasons for this are it’s softness and breathability. Cotton absorbs moisture readily which makes cotton comfortable in hot weather.
Alpaca fleece is rapidly moving to the top of the elite “specialty fibre” range. Admission to this select circle means that a fibre must be rare and extremely fine. Alpaca fibre easily meets both of these demanding standards. The fibres are almost indestructible: fine-woven alpaca garments in remarkably good condition have recently been discovered in Peruvian ruins dating back 2,500 years.