The iconic WILLIAMSBURG William and Mary Matelasse Coverlet can be found on many of the beds in the Colonial Houses-Historic Lodging of Colonial Williamsburg Resort. Luxuriously soft and made to last forever, the classic William and Mary bedding is based on an antique bed covering in Colonial Williamsburg's extensive textile archive.
Our classic matelassé bedding works beautifully with your plain or printed linens. Simply choose the hue that complements your room's color scheme. Tailored bed skirts are elegantly diamond-quilted.
- 100% cotton
- Double-woven matelassé
- Available in twin, full, queen, king
- Diamond-quilted bed skirts with split corners
- Swatch is recommended. Color may vary due to monitor calibration.
- WILLIAMSBURG by Royal Heritage
Twin (69" x 90")
Full (84" x 90")
Queen (90" x 96")
King (108" x 96")
Twin (80" x 110")
Full (97" x 110")
Queen (102" x 120")
King (114" x 120")
Standard (20" x 30")
King (20" x 36")
Euro (26 sq.)
Bed Skirt (15" drop)
Square Decorative Pillow (18 1/2" sq.)
Square Medallion Decorative Pillow (20" sq.)
Machine washable, but dry clean to prevent shrinkage.
Our sophisticated matelassé design is based on an antique coverlet from Colonial Williamsburg's textile collections. The original was made in Portugal during the late 17th century and features mythological flora and fauna motifs separated by columned arches. These patterns are characteristic of decorative arts from the late baroque period, roughly concurrent with the reign of England's monarchs William and Mary.
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I recently purchased the queen W&M coverlet and shams in off white, ecru, bone, whatever they call it. This was a replacement for the same bedding I purchased from this vendor about 15 years ago which has finally just worn out. I will keep my new purchase. It's okay, and I probably cannot find anything better. But the quality is not the same. I don't know how to describe it, but it feels "stretchy" in a way that my previous coverlet did not. Also, I do not care for the color. My previous coverlet was an off white -- I am sorry but I cannot recall the exact name/description of the color. But this one is a buttery, creamy, yellowy off white. I don't like it. But again, doubt I could find better because I did not want pure white. I'm hoping repeated washings will mellow the color. Oh well . . . .