17th Century Bedding
- Celeste Damask Duvet Cover, Twin, Red Our rendition of a delicate 17th-century silk Jacquard is updated with saturated color for lasting beauty. Made of a linen/cotton blend. Duvet cover and sham reverse to self. Duvet cover has interior ties and a button closure; sham has an envelope closure. Duvet cover, sham and insert sold separately. Machine wash. Imported.
- Cynthia Palampore Duvet Cover, Twin, Ivory Palampores were highly prized by European merchants of the late 17th century. In the tradition of those rich hand-blocked designs, our bedding displays a lavish, swirling print of foliage and blooms. Woven of a linen/cotton blend. Duvet cover reverses to a solid cotton percale. Sham reverses to self. Duvet cover has a button closure; sham has an envelope closure. Duvet cover, sham and insert sold separately. Machine wash. Imported.
- Blythe Paisley Organic Sateen Duvet Cover, Twin The paisley pattern has existed since the 11th century, with many countries and cultures creating their own interpretations. This organic cotton bedding evokes late-17th-century European paisleys with its delicate botanical forms and muted palette of ivory, sage, honey and blue. Pure organic cotton sateen. 350-thread count. Duvet cover has a hidden button closure and interior ties to keep the duvet in place. Sham has an envelope closure; insert sold separately. Catalog / Internet only. Imported.