Gropius Sheet Set

Tessitura Toscana Telerie
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Gropius Sheet Set

$357-$399
$119-$139 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:
white
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Description
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Gropius Sheet Set:

Features:

  • Made 100% cotton

Sizing: * Queen set includes one flat sheet, measuring 105" L x 110" W, one fitted sheet, measuring 80" L x 60" W with a 15 inch pocket and two standard pillowcases, each measuring 30" L x 20" W * King set includes one flat sheet, measuring 124" L x 110" W, one fitted sheet, measuring 80" L x 76" W with a 15" pocket and two king pillowcases, each measuring 40" L x 20" W

Material: Cotton

Care: Machine washable

Brand: Tessitura Toscana Telerie

Origin: Italy

Turn your bed into an oasis with Tessitura Toscana Telerie’s sumptuous sheets, duvets, comforters, and more. Go for basic white-and-ivory tones, or a brighter, summery hue. No matter what you pick, your reward will be timeless, luxurious and wholly Italian in style. Founded on a handshake in Florence in 1947, Tessitura Toscana Telerie was the brainchild of Carlo Bertelli and Giulia Cavallaro, who refurbished old looms and worked to bolster the post-war Tuscan economy. The result? An atelier producing some of the best bed sheets and bed linens in Italy (with tablecloths and kitchen textiles thrown in for good measure) made of Egyptian cotton fibers spun with state-of-the-art techniques into cloud-soft fabric.