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Luxury White Goose Feather & Down Duvet Quilt - £22.91 + £4.99 UK delivery /13.5 Tog Double Size - 100% Cotton Anti Dust Mite & Down Proof Fabric/amazon Sold by: The Linen Depot £27.90

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Luxury White Goose Feather & Down Duvet Quilt - £22.91 /13.5 Tog Double Size - 100% Cotton Anti Dust Mite & Down Proof Fabric/amazon Was £49.99 -£22.91 £4.99 delivery. Littens & Co 13.5 Tog Double
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jumpinoffthbed
anyone not aware of down cruelty please google it :-(
From Wikipedia:
For centuries, humans across the globe have used down feathers for insulation. Russian documents from the 1600s list "bird down" among the goods sold to Dutch merchants,[20] and communities in northern Norway began protecting the nests of eider ducks as early as 1890.[21] Eiders are still "farmed" by people in Iceland, Scandinavia and Siberia. The birds are provided with nest sites and protected from predators, and down is collected intermittently during the nesting season without harming the nests or female ducks. The first collection is made roughly halfway through the incubation period, when some 0.75 oz (21 g) of high quality down is removed per nest. When the eggs have hatched and the young have left the area, the remaining down and breast feathers are gathered, typically resulting in another 0.75 oz (21 g) of lower quality feathers per nest.[20] In general, 50–60 nests will produce about one kilo (2.2 pounds) of down feathers.[22] This means that only a few thousand pounds of eider down is collected from wild nests each year.[23]
In Iceland and Scandinavia, colonies of more than 5,000 birds sometimes develop in "farmed" areas, while in some protected areas of the Novaya Zemlya archipelago, nest densities exceed 13,000 per hectare (more than 5,260 per acre).[20] On the other hand, the more nomadic indigenous peoples of Arctic Canada did not see down production as a reasonable source of income and tended to overexploit eider nests with "indifferent" collection of down feathers from the nests.[24] Although the down feathers of various species of wildfowl, gulls and other seabirds have historically been used for insulation, most now come from domestic geese.[21] Some 70 percent of the world's supply comes from China, typically from birds killed for their meat. Most of the rest comes from Europe and Canada, from birds harvested for meat or pâté.[25]



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always have feather and down duvets, even in Spain where I find it cools in hot weather and warms in cold...shame there isn't an offer for king size HEAT HEAT HEAT :)http://www.amazon.co.uk/InnaLiving-Luxury-Feather-Cotton-Fabric/dp/B00482O3KY/ref=sr_1_14?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1445330448&sr=1-14&keywords=littens+%26+co+Luxury+White+Goose+Feather+%26+Down+Duvet+Quilt+13.5+tog+king+size heres the king size hth.
hurry only 2 left of the kingsize
always have feather and down duvets, even in Spain where I find it cools in hot weather and warms in cold...shame there isn't an offer for king size HEAT HEAT HEAT :)


http://www.amazon.co.uk/InnaLiving-Luxury-Feather-Cotton-Fabric/dp/B00482O3KY/ref=sr_1_14?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1445330448&sr=1-14&keywords=littens+%26+co+Luxury+White+Goose+Feather+%26+Down+Duvet+Quilt+13.5+tog+king+size heres the king size hth.


Edited By: wendyak on Oct 20, 2015 09:43: info
Had goose pate in Budapest. Lovely.
jumpinoffthbed
anyone not aware of down cruelty please google it :-(
From Wikipedia:
For centuries, humans across the globe have used down feathers for insulation. Russian documents from the 1600s list "bird down" among the goods sold to Dutch merchants,[20] and communities in northern Norway began protecting the nests of eider ducks as early as 1890.[21] Eiders are still "farmed" by people in Iceland, Scandinavia and Siberia. The birds are provided with nest sites and protected from predators, and down is collected intermittently during the nesting season without harming the nests or female ducks. The first collection is made roughly halfway through the incubation period, when some 0.75 oz (21 g) of high quality down is removed per nest. When the eggs have hatched and the young have left the area, the remaining down and breast feathers are gathered, typically resulting in another 0.75 oz (21 g) of lower quality feathers per nest.[20] In general, 50–60 nests will produce about one kilo (2.2 pounds) of down feathers.[22] This means that only a few thousand pounds of eider down is collected from wild nests each year.[23]

In Iceland and Scandinavia, colonies of more than 5,000 birds sometimes develop in "farmed" areas, while in some protected areas of the Novaya Zemlya archipelago, nest densities exceed 13,000 per hectare (more than 5,260 per acre).[20] On the other hand, the more nomadic indigenous peoples of Arctic Canada did not see down production as a reasonable source of income and tended to overexploit eider nests with "indifferent" collection of down feathers from the nests.[24] Although the down feathers of various species of wildfowl, gulls and other seabirds have historically been used for insulation, most now come from domestic geese.[21] Some 70 percent of the world's supply comes from China, typically from birds killed for their meat. Most of the rest comes from Europe and Canada, from birds harvested for meat or pâté.[25]
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Pair of Black curtain tiebacks £1.00 delivered ....Sold by The Linen Depot / Amazon Marketplace

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Ok so not for everyone but i ordered some well known charactar curtains for my son today that are mostly black in colour. irritatingly they don't come with tiebacks. Came aross these for a mere £1 d…
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You have your son trained to use tie-backs? Its all I can do to get the kids to open them sideways instead of vertically...

LOL unfortunately not, i have to do it, he is a messy sod. Dread the teen yrs.
You have your son trained to use tie-backs? Its all I can do to get the kids to open them sideways instead of vertically...
Good price. Like a poundland :)
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