Duvet cover INES percale DBLSKU: 7341282
|Material||100% cotton percale|
|Bleaching||Do not bleach|
|Tumble-dry||* Tumble drying possible, lower temperature (max. 60ºC)|
|Ironing||** Ironing possible, normal temperature (max. 150ºC)|
|Dry clean||Do not dry clean|
|Instruction||Be sure to close zipper before washing, Wash before use, Wash with similar colours, wash separately the first time|
|Size of pillow case||2x50x70/75 cm|
|Size of duvet cover||200x220 cm|
|Environmental and health certification|
STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®
The vast majority of textile products at JYSK are certified according to STANDARD 1OO by OEKO-TEX®. Carrying this label ensures that the product does not contain any harmful levels of problematic chemicals.
Thread count indicates the number of vertical and horizontal threads per square inch of fabric. The higher the thread count the more closely woven the fabric.
|Method of colouring||Reactive printed|
|Feature||Duvet cover with zipper|
|Set||Contains 1 duvet cover and 2 pillow cases|
About the brand
KRONBORG - OF DENMARK
With KRONBORG® you can upgrade your home with superior quality textiles at an affordable price.
Since the establishment in Denmark in the 1940's, KRONBORG has built on expertise and quality craftsmanship. The Scandinavian brand represents the highest quality within bathroom textiles, bed linen, duvets and pillows.
The name KRONBORG dates even further back than the 1940's as it is also the name of the world-famous castle in Elsinore where the scene was set for Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' from 1603. The castle was built in the 1420's and later named by the Danish King Frederick II.
It also plays a role in H.C. Andersen's fairy tale 'Holger the Dane' from 1845, which is inspired by the European mythical character of the same name. In the fairy tale, Holger the Dane rests in the casemates of Kronborg castle with his beard grown into a marble table. Should the Danish realm be threatened, he will come to life and defend the fatherland.
The vast majority of KRONBORG products are certified according to OEKO-TEX® Standard 100, which is the world’s leading health label for textiles.
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Please note that certain products are not available using this delivery method due to product weight or packaging issues.
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When buying big or heavy products such as mattresses, sofas or other kinds of furniture, a lot of customers prefer a home delivery.
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