1891 by SFERRA
Gennaro Sferra left Italy for the United States in 19th century in the hopes of finding a market along the Atlantic Coast for his intricate lace cuffs and collars. By 1912, he and his family had opened up shop on Fifth Avenue in New York City. A generation later, Gennaro's two sons expanded their family's collection to include the most luxurious European linens of the decade—including double damask from Ireland, Alençon laces from France and refined embroideries from Belgium and Switzerland. In 1977, the family sold the company to Paul Hooker, whose passion made Sferra flourish. Sferra is one of the leaders in the luxury linens of today. Sferra brand today is the same as it was a century ago - only the finest fabrics are used in products bearing the Sferra nameThere are no products matching the selection.