We aren't sure whether the Royal Family have these sumptuous mattresses installed in the bedrooms at their country residence in Sandringham but they are sure worth the upper class name and all the connotations of luxury and opulence that accompany it. As the more springs you have, the more responsive your mattress will be, Wedo Mattresses is proud to bring to you this premium mattress with 3000 pockets, which is the highest number The Shire Bed Co manufacture.
With 3000 pocket springs this mattress has enough support to ensure someone of the size and weight of Henry VIII would feel more than adequately supported on this mattress! In fact one of the bonuses of pocket springs are that they prevent roll together when one partner is heavier than the other, so he would have had a great night's sleep on this mattress with whichever wife he happened to be with at the time!
The deep and sumptuous fillings of cashmere, lambswool, silk and cotton are just the kind of luxurious materials you would expect to find in a mattress of this quality. Layer upon layer of these lusciously soft materials ensure that as you sink back into your mattress after a hard day you can experience what will feel like all your troubles ebbing away.
The fillings and springs are all kept in place by double woollen tufts which are hand tufted through the mattress by expert craftsmen using long ago perfected techniques that have stood the test of time. There are air vents that allow air to permeate the mattress, taking away unpleasant odours and keeping the mattress fresher for longer.
If you turn your mattress periodically you can extend it's life and ensure you get the most use out of you mattress, to this end there are 5 flag stitched handles on this mattress which make turning it easy.
- fast delivery
was really impressed with the speed of delivery on this mattress, said 3 working days but I actually got it the very next day after they called and asked if I could take it the next day. Its proper comfy as well, does the business
posted by GG (12/03/2012)