Since 1819 Christian Fischacher has provided consumers with ultra fine Swiss linens that now include bedding, interior fabrics, goose down and eiderdown comforters.
The Fischbacher brand is known for it's casual luxury, use of fine materials and modern designs.
From the small village of St. Peterzell, 16 year old Christian Fischbacher laid the foundation for a company that almost 200 years later has a global presence with branches in Europe, the Far East and the United States.
Through the difficult years of World War I, the Great Depression, and World War II, Christian Fischbacher company of Switzerland remains family owned.
This implies a steady committment to a product that relies on the best raw materials (cotton, linen, silk), expert finishing, and meticulous tailoring. Today Michael Fischbacher is the 6th generation to head Christian Fischbacher.
A design team produces 2 new bedding collections per year, very often inspired by contemporary art and the natural world.
2017 sees the return of color combinations in bold, vibrant patterns and hues.
Comfort and luxury go hand-in-hand at Christian Fischbacher of Switzerland. Although most of the collections have a contemporary sensibility, there is a timeless quality to their unique designs.
For a behind-the-scenes look at Fischbacher headquarters in Switzerland, please see the following video:
You will find Christian Fischbacher sheets at many 5* hotels. Here are just a few:
Dolder Grand Hotel, Zurich
Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains, St. Moritz
Setal Hotel, South Beach, Florida
Palace Hotel, Gstaad
Hotel Giardino, Ascona
Peninsula Hotel, Hong Kong (Suites)
In addition, the finest Swedish manufacturer of hand-made, all natural beds, HASTENS BEDS, has selected Christian Fischbacher as their bedding of choice.
Our products have been awarded the Oeko-Tex 100 label.
The �ko-Tex certification is more than just a declaration of willingness to manufacture human-ecologically optimised products. This recognition is awarded following stringent testing, using high level criteria.
The consumer can rely on the Oeko-Tex Standard 100.
The authorised testing institutes and the companies in the textile and clothing branch actively involved, including component suppliers, stand for consumer protection from substances in textiles which could be harmful to health.