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Lilysilk adds three new styles to silk duvet-cover range
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Jun '14
Lilysilk is reported as an appropriate store which offers 19 momme seamed and seamless silk duvet covers, 22mm seamless silk quilt covers, as well as the rare 25mm seamless silk comforter covers in the silk bedding market.
 
Recently, the company has added another three new styles of silk duvet covers made of 22 momme mulberry silk fabrics to its delicate silk duvet-cover collection. The three new duvet covers are called Alina, Blossom, and Rosabella.
 
Lilysilk regular customers know that all their products including silk sheets and silk comforters are handmade from top-quality mulberry silk fabrics. Quality is guaranteed at Lilysilk bedding store. Lilysilk duvet covers are featuring sumptuous flower patterns on the front side of covers, exquisite craftmanship and shimmering luster. All these features make silk covers at Lilysilk store are popular among ladies and gentlemen.
 
“We are happy to enlarge our silk duvet cover collection, and offer much more beautiful and comfortable silk covers for you. Those who want to purchase high-end bedding wares should visit our online-store as soon as possible, because stock is limited,” says Mike Lee, the CEO of Lilysilk. “We have the global reach, expertise and infrastructure necessary to guarantee our customers that all their data is secure.”
 
Customer Lyndon, said when he received his duvet cover, “Wow, wonderful. Prompt delivery and superb quality at competitive prices make this cover better than many of those at street bedding stores.”
 
New silk duvet covers are specially-designed by Lilysilk designers and tailors. Lilysilk is well known for its excellent customer service, such as 45-day no-risk return policy, instant live help, fast delivery worldwide, etc.
 

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