Updated January 9, 2023
The Masterpiece Superb mattress is one of the finest luxury mattresses in the Luxe Collection by Vispring. The quilted cover alone is made from a combination of Cashmere and silk.
This premium high-end mattress is one of the most expensive purchases you may ever make. In consideration of this, our experts have written up this review for you as you conduct your research:
1.5 oz/sqft (450 g/sqm) Mooseburger long strand black horsehair
3.7 oz/sqft (1060 g/sqm) hand-teased and blended Cashmere, alpaca
Honeycomb nested stacked pocket coils made from virgin Vanadium steel
5 rows of side stitching
Please watch our quick video where Jed, our Mattress Buyer, breaks down the benefits of the Masterpiece Superb bespoke mattress:
The Masterpiece Superb mattress is part of the Luxe collection, one of three collections from Vispring:
The highest-end luxury items often come with the ability to customize the item to the customer's preferences. This is true of Vispring's premium bespoke beds.
The spring tension in the mattress is a choice between extra firm, firm, medium, soft, and very soft. You can tailor the mattress to your comfort preference for a great night's sleep for decades to come.
The Vispring Masterpiece Superb Mattress has a 30-year warranty [PDF] and comfort guarantee.
Vispring's story begins in 1899 with British engineer, James Marshall. When his wife was taken ill in Canada, James hand-made her a supportive mattress with coiled springs wrapped in muslin. It was a revelation in comfort. But it wasn’t until 1901 that the revolutionary design came to Britain. Brought over by John Nolon and Frederick James, the pair decided to produce the mattress commercially and incorporated the Marshall Sanitary Mattress Company in 1901.
In 1911, ocean liners were the way to travel. And it was here that Vispring (as they were now known) found their first major orders. The bespoke comfort of a Vispring mattress fit perfectly in the opulent cabins and suites of the world’s finest ships like the Titanic and Olympic. As the years went by, Vispring’s expert bedmakers started to experiment with new mattress fillings. They introduced more natural materials like horsehair, pure cotton, and Shetland wool, as well as luxury finishes like silk and cashmere. In 1932, Vispring also created the world’s first pocket-sprung divan – which is known as the ultimate sleeping experience.
After decades of innovation and countless bespoke mattresses, Vispring was given the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2012. The award honors any business that has excelled in the fields of international trade, innovation, or sustainable development. Today, Vispring beds are found in 50 countries and stocked by over 500 stores. The perfect night’s sleep is available to more people than ever before.
The finest in premium luxury is represented in the Luxe Collection by the Masterpiece Superb mattress. Superior craftsmanship and high-quality comfort materials are combined to provide you with the most luxurious sleep experience available in a mattress.
The Masterpiece Superb includes all of the lushest comfort materials in any Vispring bed. Cashmere, soil, organic cotton, Shetland wool, vicuna, and Mooseburger horsehair. The virgin vanadium steel coils are honeycombed and stacked three levels high for outstanding support. Sumptuous comfort is what you get when you sleep on this mattress.
I had the good fortune to be able to try out a Masterpiece Superb once and it was an unforgettable sleep experience. It felt as though the mattress was made for me specifically, contouring to all of my curves and supporting my body in all the right places.
I fell in love with this mattress in no time flat and I'd love to be able to afford one of my own. I wholeheartedly recommend this mattress to those customers who can afford its premium price tag. It's the finest of the fine, a magnificent choice for a premium luxury mattress.
Dave has worked in the furniture business, focusing on mattresses, for several years. His focus on mattress industry trends and developments has led to a deeper understanding of how people sleep and how they perceive comfort.