Affina Hexo Organic Cotton Matelassé Coverlet
Affina Hexo Matelassé Coverlet Pattern Detail
Affina Hexo Organic Cotton Matelassé Coverlet
Affina Hexo Matelassé Coverlet on beach in Vieques
Affina Hexo Organic Cotton Matelassé Coverlet
Affina Hexo Organic Cotton Matelassé Coverlet
Petoskey Stone

Hexo Organic Matelassé Twin Coverlet

Regular price$179.00
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Woven in a Hexagonaria Percarinata fossilized coral pattern discovered along the shores of Lake Michigan, our Hexo Organic Cotton Matelassé Coverlet is made in Portugal by a jacquard weaver known for producing the finest quality matelassé. Available in White. ONLY 1 LEFT!

DETAILS

  • 100% certified organic combed cotton
  • STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified by Citive #2600CIT
  • 72x92 inches, fits a Twin size bed
  • 400 gsm weight
  • Machine washable & dryable
  • Made in Portugal

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HEXOGONARIA PERCARINATA  I   Petoskey Stone
Hexagonaria Percarinata, or Petoskey stone, is a fossilized 350 million-year-old coral named after Ottawa Indian Chief Ignatius Petosega, whose name poetically means “rising sun” or “rays of dawn.”

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