This may not be within everyone’s budget but for the man or woman in your life who has everything this could be the answer to the ageless conundrum…
Manufactured in Germany and filled with 100% our pure Eider Down, aptly named, “The Warmest Duvet in the World” – has astounding thermal insulation; irrefutably perfect for sub zero temperatures. It is incredibly light but undeniably cosy; providing warmth without the weight.
The winters of 2009 and 2010 have been the coldest in a very long time… Since 1963 some are saying, when the UK experienced a massive drop in temperatures. The Met Office tell us that it was 2°C colder last winter than is normal from 1971 – 2000. It looks like we may have more of bad weather this winter too… So, the most expensive duvet in the world is also the warmest – and makes the perfect Christmas present for the couple who have everything!
The eider is a large, arctic duck, which has been protected by law in Iceland for over a century. Every spring it returns ashore from its habitat, the North Atlantic ocean, makes a nest and sheds 17 gram of precious, very light down. Gathered in an environmentally friendly way and specially cleaned using secret technology which leaves Icelandic eiderdown without contest in quality.
Due to its astonishing heat retention, a very small quantity of this down is required to achieve a far more satisfying result than a duvet stuffed full of feathers. Delivering “warmth without weight”, The Best Bed Linen in the World’s eider down duvet is cased with super soft 100% Cotton Down-Proof cambric.
With sizes from Single to Super King and weighing from just 690g, this unrivalled ‘winter warmer’ will become a family heirloom, costing £8,700 (for Super King)… phone us for more information…
Available online or by mail order at www.thebestbedlinenintheworld.com / Mail Order: 01442 842885
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