Made in Limonta

In a world in which the delocalisation of production processes is inevitable, Society Limonta is unique in that it is part of a supply chain that is not just Made in Italy but actually 'Made in Limonta'. The Limonta Group was created in 1893 in Costa Masnaga, near Lecco, in one of the main Italian textile regions. During its over 100 years in business the company became one of the most prestigious Italian textile companies.

How product is born

PRODUCTION

From the verb to weave

The path from 'theory to practice' means working with our looms. The actual creation of a textile requires the selection of the finest yarns and research into styles, material and workmanship.

Garment Dyeing

Take care from start to finish

Choosing such a refined procedure is merely the last step in a process that pays attention to every last detail. Garment dyeing has the particular feature of enabling the creation of absolutely unique products in terms of nuances of colour.

BRAND EQUITY

Producing sustainably

Society Limonta has focused on environmental concerns in its production for years. Our collections are made using electricity generated through photovoltaic panels and in order to reduce our energy consumption our heating requirements are satisfied by high-efficiency energy recovery systems that guarantee yields of close to 100%.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

10 Basic rules

  1. Carefully follow the instructions on the label of each product.

  2. Always wash separately dark and intense colours from white and light ones.

  3. Do not overload the washing machine. When washing delicate garments, do not load the washing machine over 1/3 of its capacity.

  4. You can wash the garment at 60° to remove tough stains; washing garments at high temperatures too frequently degrades colours more quickly.

  5. On tough stains you can use a liquid stain remover without bleach or optical brightener. Leave it to rest for 10 minutes without rubbing and wash in the washing machine.

  6. Wine stains must be treated as quickly as possible with acetic acid, by putting some drops of white vinegar (or lemon) on the stain.

  7. Limit the amount of washing liquid (one teaspoon - 5gr per every kilo of laundry) and always use detergents without bleach or optical brightener.

  8. To improve the absorbency of your towels, do not use softener.

  9. In order to maintain the original look and feeling, hang your garments to dry and steam iron them without pressing.

  10. Hand washing is not recommended.

Fabric

Product care

Nylon
#Nylon #Polyester/Goose

Nylon

#Nylon #Polyester/Goose Fabric: Flocks of Syberian white mother goose, hand picked, enclosed in an extra fine nylon fabric, manually quilted, bec...

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Mohair

Fabric: Mohair is the fibre derived from the soft and shiny hair of angora goats, which have been living in Turkey for more than 2000 years. Used ...

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#Cotton/Cashmere #Cotton/Silk #Cotton/Linen

Cotton

#Cotton/Cashmere #Cotton/Silk #Cotton/Linen Fabric: Cotton is a light and resistant fabric derived from the seed of the cotton plant, from which ...

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Alpaca
#Alpaca #Alpaca/Lana

Alpaca

#Alpaca #Alpaca/Lana Fabric: Alpaca is a special kind of wool obtained from the animal who lives on the Peruvian Andes. Very popular for knitwear ...

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#Cashmere #Cashmere/Silk

Cashmere

#Cashmere #Cashmere/Silk Fabric: Cashmere is a fibre obtained from wool of goats living in Tibet, on Mongolian plateaus and Iran. Its softnes...

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Wool
#Wool #Wool/Canapa

Wool

#Wool #Wool/Canapa Fabric: Wool is the most common animal fibre, obtained from shearing sheeps. The transformation process of the material involv...

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Linen (more than 50%)
#Linen #Linen/Cotton

Linen (more than 50%)

#Linen #Linen/Cotton Fabric: Linen is one of the thinnest threads, highly resistant to weaving and high temperatures. This natural fibre is deriv...

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Ramié

Ramié

Fabric: Ramié is a textile fibre derived from stems of plants belonging to the urticaceae family, very popular in China and Japan. The fibre is shi...

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Abaca

Fabric: Abaca is a fibre derived from a plant that grows spontaneously in sub-equatorial climates. It is completely natural, biocompatible, it las...

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Society Limonta

Society Limonta dresses up your home with passion and care, creating infinite combinations of materials and colours for the bedroom, the dining table and the bathroom.

OUR BRAND