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Empress Silk - Cotton/Silk Scroll Design Sheet Sets

Sheet Set - Empress Silk  - Cotton/Silk Scroll Design Sheet SetsFrom Empress Silk, pamper yourself with this luxurious Sheet Set. These high-thread count cotton and silk sheets are a blend of 70% cotton and 30% silk combined in jacquard weave with a contemporary scroll design. The material is unique as is the look and feel as pure cotton threads form the warp and are woven into the pure silk threads of the weft. Not a true cotton/silk blend, however, these sheets have a smooth hand, a soft, natural drape and just a  hint of luminescence from the natural silk. The color on both the cotton and silk creates a tone-on-tone effect of subtle contrast. 

Sheets are available in Ivory, Celadon and Camel and come in Full, Queen and King sizes. Each set includes one flat sheet, one fitted sheet and two pillowcases.

Care Instructions: These are general care guidelines for silk. Please refer to specific care instructions on each label.

Hand Wash: All Empress Silk duvet covers, sheets, pillowcases and apparel are washable. The preferred method is hand laundered in lukewarm water with pH neutral soap using a gentle hand movement. We do not recommend Woolite for silk. We suggest Charlie's Soap or a similar pH netural, silk friendly soap. Do not soak too long. Rinse in cool water and roll silk in a towel to remove excess water. Never wring water from silk.

Machine Wash: Larger items can be machine washed. Wash in cold water with pH neutral soap, no bleach, on a gentle cycle. Wash silk separate from other items and do not overload washer to avoid any unnecessary wear to the fabric. Silk dries quickly. Tumble dry on very low heat for a short time only if necessary.

Ironing: Silk has a resistance to creasing or wrinkling, most will smooth out naturally. If ironing should become necessary, press the damp silk on the reverse side with an iron set on low. Silk charmeuse (satin) requires a cool iron to bring back sheen.