A Natural Alternative
We’re not going mad.
Most quilts and duvets are filled with cheap microfibre or hollowfibre synthetic materials. Silk is an all-natural alternative, delivering lightweight luxury without the nasties.
Where traditional synthetic duvets trap air around your body, silk gently contours to your silhouette to give you just enough snuggle, without feeling bulky.
Our silk quilts are made using high quality natural silk, which doesn’t contribute to the production of fossil fuels or release any toxic nasties to you or the environment.
- 1-year limited warranty
- Do not dry clean, machine wash or fully submerge in water.
- Your Ecosa silk quilt is recommended for use with a removable quilt cover for protection. A covered silk quilt should not require cleaning, however we do recommend airing your silk quilt regularly for a maximum of 1 hour out of direct sunlight.
- Small spillages can be cleaned immediately using a clean damp cloth. If the spill has penetrated through to the silk fibers, you may carefully hand wash the affected area only with lukewarm water.
- If your quilt is wet it must be allowed to dry naturally, lying flat. Do not wring or tumble dry.
Measurements & Dimensions
- 140cm x 210cm
- 180cm x 210cm
- 210cm x 210cm
- 245cm x 210cm
- Super King
- 270cm x 240cm
- Singe: 294g
- Double: 378g
- Queen: 411g
- King: 515g
- Super King: 648g
- Singe: 1029g
- Double: 1323g
- Queen: 1543g
- King: 1800g
- Super King: 2268g
Note: Quilt weight may vary by up to 3%
Dispatched within 1 business day
Expected delivery: 2-7 business days
Frequently Asked Questions
No. The outer cover is 100% cotton. The inside is filled with fine silk.
Not exactly. Unlike polyester and feather quilts, silk uses its natural thermoregulating properties to keep you warm – rather than big, bulky fillings. While your quilt might seem slightly thinner than a synthetic alternative, it’ll keep you just the right level of snug.
Tog is a measure of thermal insulation. Our silk quilts are numbered by GSM, due to the nature of silk. Less silk is required to provide the same level of warmth as another fabric. As a guide, this is an estimate of how silk quilts relate to standard tog ratings:
300GSM = ~6-7.5 tog
550GSM = ~9 tog
300 + 550GSM = 13 tog