Rupia Coverlet

Anichini
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Rupia Coverlet

$1,955-$2,090
$599-$639 Gilt
Size (Bed Type):
Standard Sheet & Pillowcase Measurements
Bed Type Flat Fitted Pillows
Twin 66" x 96" 39" x 75" 20" x 32"
Twin XL 66" x 96" 39" x 80" 20" x 32"
Full 81" x 96" 54" x 75" 20" x 32"
Queen 90" x 102" 60" x 80" 20" x 32"
King 102" x 108" 78" x 80" 20" x 40"
Cal King 102" x 110" 72" x 84" 20" x 40"
  • queen
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    Flat 90" x 102"
    Fitted 60" x 80"
    Pillows 20" x 32"
  • king
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    Flat 102" x 108"
    Fitted 78" x 80"
    Pillows 20" x 40"
Color:
chinchilla
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Description
Designer

The Rupia coverlet is woven from a silk and wool blend and has a tightly quilted 4 inch flange. The coverlet is hand-stitched and hand-dyed with a wool interior. Dry clean only.

Queen coverlet measures 102 inches by 100.

King coverlet measures 116 inches by 100 inches.

Due to the hand-dyed nature of every Anichini coverlet, please expect slight variations in thread color.

Material: Silk and wool

Brand: Anichini

Origin: Imported

Browsing the offerings of Anichini, the luxury bedding and linen company based in Vermont, is an easy outlet for your naptime aspirations. The exquisite fabric of each pillowcase, bath set, blanket, throw, tablecloth, napkin, and set of bed sheets or hospitality linens boasts high thread counts and earns even higher style points. Anichini was founded in 1986 by Susan Dollenmaier, who earned her BA in Design under the legendary Buckminster Fuller. Dollenmaier’s goal was to create locally made luxury sheets using Old World techniques, with little or no environmental impact. Anichini is now one of the world’s most prestigious textile and home furnishings brands, raising the bar on the definition of "luxury" with textiles that are the ultimate in opulence and craftsmanship. The color palettes are soft and elegant, and patterns are inspired by exotic regions like Persia and ancient Asia as well as Dollenmaier’s own stash of antique linens (many of which she found in flea markets near her home). It all adds up to an inspired product that’s at once local and global.