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The town of Old Saybrook was first settled on the coast of Connecticut in 1635. It quickly became a center of trade and education. Saybrook was an early home to Yale University.
Viscount Saye and Baron Brooke sponsored the small colony that would become their namesake. The Saye coat of arms featured the lion rampant while the Brooke coat of arms featured the holy cross. As such, the lion with angel wings fittingly represents Saybrook Sleep.
The winged lion also represents Venice. Northern Italy, the design capital of the world, inspired some of the unique motifs in Saybrook pillows. The gridlines of the bamboo cover flow smoothly like the Venetian waterways, interrupted through the center only by a large sibilant passage.
Lion Down Alternative™
Though winged lions may not exist, Saybrook has combined gel-infused memory foam and microfiber through modern technology. With pride, Saybrook Sleep presents the Lion Down Alternative™ pillow, a modern testament to the heritage of great technology and design.