Twill Egyptian cotton towel | 332 Cadette Blue

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Cadette blue luxury Egyptian cotton towels 

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Brand Abyss & Habidecor
Category Twill
 

Twill towels are made of 100% Egyptian cotton (GIZA 88, Extra long fibre, 500gsm)

Classic weave pattern will stimulate your senses and please your eye. They're available 30 fashion-forward shades to suit every decor. They are designed to perfectly coordinate with Abyss Habidecor rugs.

Thick, thirsty, 500 GSM long-loop Egyptian Giza Extra Long Staple Cotton delivers unparalleled absorbency and performance.
Hand tufted, double-filament yarn for the maximum absorbency.
Towels can be washed up to 40 degrees Celsius.
Can be put in the dryer.

You can choose from this sizes:

17 x 22 cm mitt

30 x 30 cm wash cloth

30 x 50 cm guest towel small

40 x 60 cm guest towel medium

40 x 75 cm guest towel large

55 x 100 cm towel

60 x 110 cm comfort towel

70 x 140 cm bath towel

100 x 150 cm bath towel big

105 x 180 cm comfort bath towel ( Large )



Abyss & Habidecor
Luxury bath mats made from hand-picked cotton grown on the banks of the Nile.
"Certified Extra Long Staple Giza Cotton" is recognized as the finest cotton in the world.
This cotton stands out for its exceptional quality, superior softness, absorbency, durability and elegance.
Made in Portugal

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Abyss & Habidecor

Made in Portugal

Creating the "BEST" towels and rugs begins with the selection of the cotton. Abyss and Habidecor uses Egyptian cotton, cultivated in the region of Giza. It is known that this particular cotton produces the finest yarns for textiles; soft, strong, durable and absorbent. Only a limited percentage of the entire cotton production in Egypt is Extra Long Staple (ELS). The length of the fiber is directly proportional to its resilience and quality.

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