Giza 45 is a precious type of cotton. The fiber is obtained from the manufacturing of the wads from a selected type of plant that is grown exclusively in limited areas east of the delta of the Nile. The exclusiveness of the raw material is accompanied by the manufacturing of the wad, whose collection is rigorously handmade. The characteristics that make the yarn so precious are its fineness and strength, which is accomplished by an extraordinarily soft and silky weave. Giza 45 cotton can be produced in different weaving; Piquet, Oxford and Jersey. Piquet and Jersey have different weaving, but are both produced using a single thread, while Oxford is created by the union of 2 different color threads.