Downland White Goose Feather and Down Box Pillow
Buy now to refresh your bedding - Sleep in style. A great price for a goose feather and down box pillow with exceptional value.
At 6.5cm this is a luxuriously deep goose feather and down pillow in a 100% Cotton Cambric 233 thread count cover. With the Box Pillow this offers even more luxury than the original goose feather and Down pillows.
Great for back and side sleepers providing medium/firm support, the structure of the pillow and the filling allows it to mould to your head and neck.
Natural duvets offer greater comfort through their superior breathability. The useful lifespan of natural fillings tends to be longer than synthetic ones. Goose down clusters are larger than those of duck, achieving greater warmth for the same weight of filling. Down clusters lie closer to the body of the bird than feathers. Down has no quill and is therefore lighter, warmer and softer.
- Fits a standard pillow case
- 100% cotton cambric, 233 thread count quill proof cover
- luxurious feather box construction pillow
- Designed to maintain the shape of the pillow
- 6.5cm deep side walls to help provide optimum comfort and support for the head and neck.
- Inner: 85% feather / 15% down
- Outer: 100% cotton cambric 233 thread count
- 1 x Goose Feather and Down Box Pillow
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About the Brand
About the Brand: Downland
The Downland Bedding Company was established by Thomas Sidney Smith in 1946. Business thrived, soon outgrowing the original factory in Kirby which manufactured mattresses and pillows. Thomas decided to buy the Scott Feather Company where he had plied his trade all those years ago.
During the early 1950’s, Thomas and his sales team were receiving great demand to work with the high street department stores such as Selfridges, John Lewis, Debenhams and Littlewoods. Thomas realised that he needed to travel to America for inspiration in design, which led to the company becoming the main player in the market place. With great demands from their London clients, Downland opened an additional office on Park Lane in 1960.
This success has continued under the leadership of son Graham Smith and grandson Fraser Smith. Staying true to values and heritage instilled by Thomas the foundations are set for another 70 years successful trading by the Downland Bedding Company.