A combination of unique ancestral know-how* and of thorough traditional manufacturing supervised by our French associate.
Made entirely by hand by extremely qualified Chinese workers, transformed silk and the lining made of long silk fibers from high-quality cocoons offer many advantages when compared to other existing materials.
* The arts related to silk, like its manufacturing, are from China and date back to 2698 before the common era.
Discover a unique comfort, softness and well-being
Silk is a very soft and strong noble material that offers great thermal comfort thanks to remarquable thermoregulatory properties. Regardless of your choice of grammage, our comforters will provide an almost immediate feeling of lightness which allows your body to “breathe” while feeling warm.
High flexibility and extraordinary feeling of lightness
People who can’t stand to have weight on them when they sleep and people who have circulation or leg problems particularly enjoy these comforters made of natural silk.
A healthy and unforgettably snug sleep
Silk contains 18 natural amino acids, and it is the only fabric used in linens that is completely anallergic and antiacarian without any chemical treatment.
The history of silk
Unique know-how and throrough traditional manufacturing framed by our strict requirements garantee a high quality product.
The price of quality
As is the case for goose and duck comforters, there are many silks of different quality. Our comforters’ lining is only made with cocoons of the highest AA grade made by silk worms who are exclusively fed mulberry leaves. This creates the whitest, finest fiber that, when stetched, create longer fibers give make our products their extraordinary flexibility.
Unfortunately, some manufacturers use cocoons of much inferior quality or worse, silk floss made of scraps left over after carding the silk. We are so proud of our choice that each of our comforters has a small zipper on the side which allows you to see this quality.
Silk: A natural, but rare, material
With its average of 90,000 tonnes per year, worldwide silk production is marginal and only represents 0.2% of total textile fibers. These fibers represent more than 50 million tonnes shared evenly between synthetic fibers and cotton. Wool only represents 1.6 million tonnes.
Nearly 94% of silk production is in Asia, for historical reasons related to the origins of manufacturing and dress customs.