White Goose Down Duvet for Double Bed
Top of the range white goose down filled duvet, with a 240 thread count cotton cover for a single bed.
- 60% new white goose down, 40% new white goose feather
- Pure Cotton 240 thread count casing
- Box construction keeps filling evenly distributed
- Machine washable in a large capacity machine, professional laundering recommended
- Available in 6, 10, 13.5 tog.
- Luxury natural product which gives you more warmth with less weight. When sleeping you have less drag when you toss and turn and this leads to a more restful sleep
- 10 year longevity
About the Supplier
The Soft Bedding Company has a well established history of crafting the finest quality quilts, pillows and toppers in Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland. The cold north atlantic wind which sweeps across the western sea board in winter time delivering sharply cold temperatures has taught us to make products which will keep you snug and warm at night time. We are fortunate in summer time that the south west wind breezes up from the warm gulf stream delivering warm summers which has inspired us to develop a summer product range which will regulate you whilst you sleep.
As the company makes both its natural and synthetic products in Westport, it gives us significant flexibility to match our customer needs. This ensures that we are always in stock and can offer a high level of service due to our short lead times which are essential. The company does this with an experienced team of people who have immense pride in their workmanship and always strive to make to the highest level of qual
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