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Floral Spray standard sham

Product Code   101206717


The romantic wedding flower gypsophila, or baby's breath, is the inspiration of Frette's Floral Spray collection. Beautifully embellished with floral jacquard, this sham infuses a sense of serenity and elegance into the pillowscape. The pure cotton sateen has a silky softness that is gentle and kind to the skin, rendering this sham a comfortable indulgence in everyday luxury.

US$245

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The romantic wedding flower gypsophila, or baby's breath, is the inspiration of Frette's Floral Spray collection. Beautifully embellished with floral jacquard, this sham infuses a sense of serenity and elegance into the pillowscape. The pure cotton sateen has a silky softness that is gentle and kind to the skin, rendering this sham a comfortable indulgence in everyday luxury.
  • Colour: Grey/White
  • Single sham only
  • Standard size
  • Light grey yarn-dyed cotton sateen with allover baby's braeth floral jacquard
  • Plain white cotton sateen back
  • Made in Italy
  • Length 71cm / Width 51cm
  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine wash in cold water with mild liquid biodegradable detergent without added bleach or whiteners
  • Dry on low setting. Remove before completely dry to fold and iron

    Delivery service is available for this item, and is covered by our Return & Exchange Policy. The item must meet the requirements of “Sellable Condition” under our Terms and Conditions.

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