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Honey Bee Silk Pillowcase

Honey Bee Silk Pillowcase

Cut & sewn by hand just for you upon your order.

Regular price $96
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Honey bees are social creatures. They all work together to make honey, their food source during the winter months. Our honey bee patterned silk pillowcase pays tribute to their organizational skills.

Enjoy luxurious sleeping night after night with our 100% mulberry silk pillowcase - the highest quality and most desirable type of silk. It's cool to the touch for added comfort, and naturally smoother than other fabrics. Our gentle silk reduces surface friction on your hair, keeping your hair healthier by making morning frizz and breakage less likely. 

Our silk fabric also absorbs less moisture than other fabrics, helping it stay cleaner longer, and reduce skin irritations to your lovely face.

Available in both standard and king size.

Made to order in our Montreal, Quebec studio.

How Does It Fit ?

Available in your choice of either standard or king size, each with a 3 inch flap.


Made from 100% mulberry silk with a removable plush polyester lining. Our 14 momme silk fabric is manufactured in an even twill weave for increased durability. OEKO-TEX® certified for social responsibility.

Care Instructions

For first washing, rinse separately from other laundry with cold water. Following the rinse, run a normal cycle with cold water and detergent. Machine dry on high. Wash normally in cold water for subsequent washings. Can be dry cleaned. Do not bleach.

Shipping & Returns

Your 100% mulberry silk pillowcase will be artisan made just for you and delivered for FREE in about two weeks.

We offer a 30 Day Return Policy. Restrictions apply.

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A Big Loss

Our food supply depends on honey bees. They pollinate $15 billion worth of crops each year, including more than 130 fruits and vegetables, contributing to food diversity, security and farmer profitability. But entire bee populations are disappearing, mainly due to toxic pesticides and loss of their natural habitat.