Renaissance Chair upholstered in Lucca (100% silk)
Bedchamber at Llancaiach Fawr - 'Walsingham'
'English Needlework', a design typical of the fashions of early C18th England
'Pomegranate', used for the bedchamber of Ordsall Hall
Curtains and pelmets for a Georgian Manor in West Sussex- 'Lucca'
'Tree of Life', a late C17th to early 18th century crewelwork
Wallhangings and bed drapes, specially designed and made for the Tower of London
Special design, commission for Argyll's Lodgings, Stirling Castle
William & Mary Tester Bed, in 'Lucca'
'Walsingham', a mid C16th design for the Great Hall of Llancaiach Fawr
Elizabethan Arm Chair, upholstered in 'Rose & Pansy'
'Heraldic Beasts' for a Devonshire Manor House
Special design on the loom for the Renaissance Palace at Stirling Castle

HISTORIC TEXTILES

We offer an exciting range of period style fabrics, suitable for any property from the country cottage to the stately home. Ranging from the Byzantine to the 19th century period, many of our designs have not been woven for hundreds of years and were rediscovered with the help of the museums of Europe. Whether you require a single chair re-upholstering, or curtaining on a grand scale, we can help you source an ideal design. We also offer a bespoke design service for clients wishing to create a unique fabric for a special project. A selection is shown above, please call us to find out more.

  • A unique range of over 30 period designs
  • Authentic period colourways, traditionally woven
  • Suitable for all types of use, domestic, commercial, curtaining and upholstery
  • Bespoke design service for private clients or heritage organisations
  • Worsted damasks, brocatelles, lampas and double cloths
  • Compositions include 100% wool, pure silk, linen, mercerized cottons or combinations
  • Small meterages available from stock, or designs woven to order in any colourway
  • Large choice of trimmings and accessories
  • Full upholstery and making-up service if required
  • Clients include Hampton Court Palace, the Tower of London, Stirling Castle and the V&A Museum