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Sea Biscuit Organic Cotton Full/Queen Coverlet

Regular price$269.00
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COMING SPRING 2023

Our Sea Biscuit Full/Queen Coverlet is made from 100% organic cotton and woven in Portugal in a 550-gram weight by a jacquard weaver known for producing the finest quality Matelassé. In White or Cream.

DETAILS

  • 100% organic combed cotton
  • STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified
  • 96x98 inches, fits Full or Queen size bed
  • 550 gr/m2 weight
  • Machine washable & dryable
  • Made in Portugal

Water Symbol
CYPEASTER ROSACEUS  I  Sea Biscuit
Commonly known as ‘Sea Biscuit’ or ‘Cake Urchin’, Clypeaster Rosaceus in latin translates to ‘round shield star’ referring to it’s radially symmetrical shape and flower petal-like grooves.

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Introducing Seaweaves™ by Affina

Wrap yourself in natural patterns from the sea woven into 100% organic cotton fine textiles. Patterns flowing with waves of energy, timeless as the tides — whispering the call of the sea, returning us to ourselves, renewed.

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Glory of the Sea Cone

Conus Gloriamaris, also known as the “Glory Of The Sea” was regarded for centuries as the rarest shell in the world. This sea snail’s conical shell features an intricate geometric pattern.

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Bednall's Volute

Volutidae snail shells are often referred to as the “aristocrats” of the shell world, due to their striking patterns. The Voluta Bednalli, discovered in the 1800s in Darwin, Australia by William Tompson Bednall, is a rare species with an exceptionally elaborate pattern.

Hexogonaria Percarinata

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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