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Grafton Oxford Pillowcase Pair

From £ 114.00

This exquisite drawn thread pillowcase collection evokes a feminine, vintage ambiance, drawing inspiration from the art of hand sewing that has been cherished and practised across generations. Each pillowcase is meticulously crafted with five rows of delicate hem stitching, adding an elegant touch. The Grafton pillowcase collection offers a variety of colour options, allowing you to choose the perfect complement for your bedding ensemble. 



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10 reasons to buy from And So To Bed


  • 400 thread count cotton sateen available in multiple colours.
  • All our items are bespoke made individually to order for our clients.
  • The pair of pillowcases are available in standard (50cm x 75cm) and king (50cm x 90cm).
  • Each pillowcase has a 7cm flange all around and an inside flap to hold in the pillow.



Our bed linens are made from the finest fabrics and finished to the highest possible standard and in order to retain this quality for many years, it is important to follow these simple instructions:


Always read and follow the washing instructions on the care label stitched into all our bed linen. Separate white, light and dark items. Avoid washing powders that contain optical brighteners; these can cause colours to fade and become patchy over time. Beauty products have a detrimental affect on your linens as they contain bleaching agents and can cause permanent colour loss. Never wash at a higher temperature than recommended as this can cause the overall fabric to permanently shrink and lose its surface quality.

Drying and Ironing

All our bed linens can be tumble dried on a cool setting, but it is important to remove them as soon as the programme has finished to minimise creasing. Ironing the bed linen with a steam iron while slightly damp will produce the crispest finish. Embroidered items should be turned inside out to iron as this will raise the embroidery and lessen the chance of catching the stitching.