Original Wool Pillow By Devon Duvets (UK)
Handcrafted in our own workshops by professional seamstresses, using only natural materials - 100% high quality soft cotton and certified 100% British Wool.
Each pillow is fitted with a discreet zip that allows access to the soft combed wool inside. You can fluff up the wool or take it out to refresh in the sunshine.
Being purely natural these pillows are washable but extra care needs to be taken if washed as a whole. It is advisable to take out the wool and wash the outer casing separately. If you need a pillow that requires regular machine washing, we would recommend our folding pillow range.
• Handcrafted in England
• Natural - British Platinum Wool - cleaned and needled in England without the use of bleach or chemicals
• 100% Soft High Quality Cotton Casing
• Resists dust mite - ideal for those with allergies or asthma
• Zip allows access to the wool
About the Supplier
Husband and wife team Dick and Pauline Beijen bought their flocks of sheep during the summer of 2008 as the first step into their idea of creating high quality, natural British wool duvets; the challenge being to develop a high quality duvet that draped and behaved as a duvet should. The original wool duvet.
After more than a year of development work, the latter part of which was filmed by Channel 4 with Monty Don in his series 'My Dream Farm', Devon Duvets was born.
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