Fern Duvet

John Robshaw
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Fern Duvet

$325-$470
$98-$158 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"
  • twin
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    Flat 66" x 96"
    Fitted 39" x 75"
    Pillows 20" x 32"
  • 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"
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Description
Designer

Fern Duvet:

  • Hand printed 100% cotton sateen duvet with all over green and yellow fern print
  • Hand stitched border
  • Pre-washed and then re-washed for exceptional quality
  • Hidden button closure
  • 400 thread count
  • Machine washable, do not bleach

Twin duvet measures 92 inches in length by 72 inches in width.

Queen duvet measures 92 inches in length by 92 inches in width.

King duvet measures 110 inches in length by 92 inches in width.

Material: Cotton sateen

Brand: John Robshaw

Origin: Imported

A painter turned textile artist, Robshaw has an eye for color and an appreciation for history, having studied traditional fabric-making techniques throughout Asia and India. His linen and cotton-voile bedding, fabrics, clothing, and dog beds are a riot of hues and styles, with patterns block-printed and silk-screened by hand. Robshaw’s aim is to revive textile traditions and frame them in new terms. But he’s also interested in giving back, too. As a former ambassador to nonprofit Aid to Artisans, he’s passed on his business expertise, helping textile workers in developing countries set up their own shops.