Linea Casa by SFERRA Bath Towel - Low-Twist Turkish Cotton

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Overview

About Linea Casa by Sferra Bath Towel - Low-Twist Turkish Cotton

Overstock. Plush, low-twist Turkish cotton makes marvelous bath linens because the fibers have more open surfaces to absorb water. Add to that the inherent luxury of the brand, and you know Linea Casa by Sferra's bath towel is going to be an undisputed favorite in your towel collection.

Specs

Specs about Linea Casa by Sferra Bath Towel - Low-Twist Turkish Cotton

  • Dimensions: 30x54"
  • Material: 100% cotton
  • Care: Machine wash/dry
  • Made in Turkey

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1.500000 5 Overall Rating: 1.5 Based on 2 reviews

Most Helpful 2-Star Review

Reviewed by Bath Time from Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA on Thursday, October 31, 2013
I was disappointed with the light weight of this towel and plan to return my order. No measurement of cotton content or thickness was given in the catalog description, as was the case with other towels. Now I know why.
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About SFERRA

Sferra has been making incredible linens and bedding for more than a century. Created by Gennaro Sferra in Venice, Italy in 1891, the Sferra brand made its mark on the home goods industry with luxurious fabrics, delicate embroideries, handmade laces and first-rate craftsmanship. After Gennaro’s sons took over the business, the Sferra line evolved to include fine European linens, including Irish damask, stunning French Alencon lace and gorgeous Belgian embroideries. Decades later, Sferra sheets, duvets, bath towels and table linens are still among the best in the world, featuring a range of high thread count fabrics, including Egyptian and Turkish cottons.