Giza Cotton is considered to be among the highest quality grade cottons in the world. The finest bedding and bath towels tend to be made from Giza Cotton. There's nothing more than luxurious than a night of sleep on Giza Sheets.
WHAT IS GIZA 45?
There are different grades of Giza Cotton used to make Giza Bedding, Giza Sheets and Giza Duvet Covers. The best of the best is considered to be Giza 45. Egyptian Cotton Giza 45 is a highly sought after weave of the rarest cottons in the world. Giza 45 Cotton creates a super smooth, silken feel that is lightweight and incredibly soft.
Among our favorite Giza 45 Sheets is the Sferra Giza 45 Sheets Collection. From Percale to Silky Sateen, you can't go wrong choosing one of these Giza Sheet Sets.
WHERE IS GIZA COTTON GROWN?
Giza Cotton is grown along the Nile River Delta. This is where the combination of cool sea air and nutrient dense river water come together. In the Egyptian climate that is otherwise very hot in the summer, this small area along the banks of the river are temperate and mild. It creates a unique opportunity for this special Egyptian cotton to grow.
IS GIZA FABRIC ALWAYS WHITE COTTON GIZA?
Giza Cotton can be dyed and woven into different colors but most frequently for sheets, sheet sets and duvet covers, we see White Cotton Giza or Ivory Cotton Giza in the market. In the last few years, several beautiful Silver Cotton Giza Sheet Sets have become available. All colors may be made, but for bed sheets, we sell mostly White or Ivory Giza 45 Sheet Sets.
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