Why are Christy towels so incredibly soft and absorbent? On a rewarding journey to Constantinople in the 1840s, Henry Christy discovered a luxurious loop-pile towel fabric and knew he’d found something special. Crafting the soft cotton pile into a bath towel, Christy presented it to Queen Victoria, who was immediately smitten. Like nothing the western world had ever seen (or felt), these absorbent linens were quickly dubbed "Royal Turkish Towels," and thus the legacy of Christy bath towels began. Christy towels are still crafted from the absol ... Learn more about Christy of Englandute finest in Turkish cotton or Egyptian cotton, and many Christy towels are still woven in the company's traditional Cheshire mill. Christy also produces high-quality bathrobes, bed linens and bath accessories like washcloths and tub mats. Indulge in a first-class experience and discover the luxurious cotton in Christy towels… finely crafted to ensure you receive the royal treatment each and every time you bathe. ... Less
Reviewed by appalachian transplant from WV on Monday, October 5, 2015
I bought the large and small mats in the medium blue and I am very happy with them. The quality is excellent. The color is a bit more teal than I expected, but I love them so much I will overlook the slight color mismatch with my other bathroom colors.
Reviewed by Beachkat from Seattle on Wednesday, September 23, 2015
This robe is quality - the description exact. The S/M is just right for my size 10/12 and at 5'3", it reaches mid calf. When it was washed and dried, there wasn't an enormous pile of lint that is found in new towels and cotton robes.
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