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About Sabira

Usually available only to the trade, Sabira’s textiles are a luxury meant for everyday enjoyment. Plush velvet bedcovers, hand-embroidered silk organza tablecloths, and fine silk shawls are just a few of the items that have made this Dallas-based company’s reputation. Yet Sabira’s true forte is its boiled merino-wool throws. Offered in intricate paisley and jacquard patterns, the tapestry-like blankets are light and soft to the touch.

Past Sales Featuring Sabira

Sale Ended September 18, 2009

Sabira Throws

Sale Ended August 09, 2010

Sabira Pillows & Throws

This family-owned, Dallas-based company is an industry secret, its luxe bedcovers, tablecloths and linens at home at many a high-end residence. See what the fuss is about with these reversible boiled-wool throws and pillows. Colorful and soft, they’re offered in intricate paisley and jacquard patterns reminiscent of centuries-old tapestries, as well as in abstract Moroccan designs embroidered on linen.

Sale Ended September 23, 2010

Make Room For Fall Trends: Textures

Add some surface interest with these touchable textiles and accessories. Choose from quilted shams, raffia placemats and beaded pillows from the likes Aviva Stanoff and Dransfield & Ross, or opt for Kim Seybert’s napkin rings embossed with faux crocodile. There are also one-of-a-kind flag rugs handmade by Turkish artisans from fabric scraps, as well as stools, candles and hanging lamps inspired by birds' nests.

Sale Ended December 21, 2010

Last Minute Holiday Finds: $100 or less

Shop this handpicked selection of our finest tabletop, bedding, and glassware offerings available for under a Benjamin. Snap up John Robshaw block-print robes, a Munjoy Citrus coverlet from Errebicasa, or a cotton Kantha throw in brown Ikat from Couleur Nature. Fill your house with the scent of Manuel Canovas’ Ballade Verte eau de parfum—with notes of violet, Turkish rose, and ylang ylang—which was inspired by a French toile fabric. And—just in the nick of time—score a red snowflake stocking by Judy Ross to hang by the chimney with care.