Mattress of the British Royal Bedroom Now Available to the American Luxury Market

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The New York First Company ( introduces the mattress made for Britain's Queen Elizabeth by Hypnos Ltd. to the American luxury market. The world's most luxurious mattress is priced from $4,500 to $10,999.

In the 17th century, privileged courtiers would take turns in the British king's bed chamber, watching as his majesty slept. They could only take vicarious pleasure in the most comfortable bed in the kingdom. Today, The New York First Company ( announces an agreement with mattress maker Hypnos Ltd. of Buckinghamshire, England, permitting introduction of the bedding currently used by the Queen and other members of the Royal Family to the American luxury market.

The Hypnos Royal Collection, including custom-made models selling from $4,500 to $10,999 in twin, full, queen, and king sizes, features responsive, high coil-count, calico-encased pocket springs layered with cashmere and silk in a personal choice of feel preferences.

Hypnos has been in business for more than 100 years, and for the past 40 years has held a royal warrant from both Queen Elizabeth II and the late Queen Mother. A royal warrant is the ultimate “Good Housekeeping” seal of approval — it means it is not only approved by the Queen, but used by the Queen.

"These are the most luxurious mattresses in the world, providing healthy, restorative sleep," says Jeffrey Turback, spokesman for The New York First Company. "Each mattress is supported by a 25-year guarantee — longer than the average reign of a British monarch."


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