Seams are often seen on the silk cover, is it good feature, or something bad, now let me tell you the truth.
If you are purchasing a 100 percent silk duvet cover, seams aren’t necessarily a bad thing. Much of the silk made is only 45 inches wide so it makes sense that a silk duvet cover is going to have to have a seam or two somewhere. Seamless duvet covers can be purchased but the wider silk is more expensive so expect to pay a premium for it. Actually, much of the seamless available on the market is not pure silk. It is a blend or a knit of silk and something else and is of a lesser quality.
Be wary of “too good to be true”prices on any seamless silk bedding. It’s probably not a pure silk product.