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S/2 Maxwell Pillowcases, Ivory/Ivory

Hamburg House

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S/2 Maxwell Pillowcases, Ivory/Ivory

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Product Information

Set of 2
Made of:
Egyptian cotton percale, woven in Italy, embroidered in the USA.
Thread count:
Available sizes:
standard, 21" x 31"
king, 21" x 41"
Machine wash warm, regular cycle, with mild detergent. No chlorine bleach. Never leave wet embroidered items in machine when washed for the first time. Dry on medium heat and remove when slightly damp to assist in ironing. Avoid overdrying, which damages sheeting and embroidery and reduces the lifespan of the product.
Please note:
Because this item is specially made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.

Why We Love This

Here, a pair of Egyptian cotton embroidered standard pillowcases. This exquisitely embroidered bedding, offered exclusively through One Kings Lane, is made from the finest Italian percale.

Hamburg House began 30 years ago by importing embroidered linens and handkerchiefs from Madeira, Portugal, an area renowned for its handcrafted embroidery. Since then it has become the largest producer of custom-embroidered linens in the U.S., but its insistence on stellar artistry remains unchanged.