Product code: 60810502
Perfect for those who sleep on their back or side, this pillow helps keep your spine aligned for a comfortable and undisturbed night's sleep.
Naturally luxurious Hungarian goose down and feathers make the ideal pillow filling, able to bounce back into shape with little plumping. The Nomite™ mark means this pillow is suitable for people with dust mite allergies and the tightly woven fabric prevents down or feathers escaping, ensuring a comfortable night's sleep.
Nomite™ This allows people with dust mite allergies to enjoy natural bedding. Following a hygienic washing and high-temperature drying process, fillings are then sealed in a tightly woven fabric cover which acts as a barrier against dust mites.
Made at Herbert Parkinson Our high quality duvets and pillows are made by Partners at Herbert Parkinson, our textiles company in Lancashire. Much of our John Lewis bedding, made to order and bespoke products are made there too, and have been since 1953.
All of our natural bedding suppliers provide us with assurance that their feather and down is sourced only as a by-product. In addition, they're monitored to ensure they practice the highest standards of animal welfare.
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About Herbert Parkinson
This product is made by expert Partners at Herbert Parkinson in Lancashire. Since 1953, this Partnership owned mill has produced a range of high-quality textiles including curtains, blinds, duvets, pillows, bean bags and throws.
- Anti-allergy type
- John Lewis
- Care instructions
- Washable up to 40°C in a large capacity machine. Tumble dry on hot setting until completely dry. Do not dry clean. Using a pillow protector will help to prolong the life of your pillow
- Natural Collection
- Country of Origin
- Cover material
- 100% Cotton
- L75 x W50cm
- 90% Hungarian Goose Down, 10% Goose Feather surround with a 100% goose feather core
- Ideal for
- Back sleepers/side sleepers
- Main Fabric
- Thread count
This number refers to the density of threads per square inch. Typically, the higher the thread count, the finer and smoother the fabric will be against the skin.