Cloth merchants

Cloth merchants

Since 1896, Dugdale Bros & Co has been making the finest cloth for the most eminent tailors. Recognising the importance of changing tastes for luxury and the need for lighter weight, high performing fabrics. New ranges are added each year resulting in an exclusive collection to satisfy the most discerning of customers.

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1836 Holland & Sherry has continued to supply prestigious tailors and luxury brands with some of the finest cloths in the world. Stephen George Holland and Frederick Sherry began the business as woolen merchants at 10 Old Bond Street, London, specializing in both woolen and silk cloths. In 1886 Holland & Sherry moved premises to Golden Square, at the time the epicenter of the woolen merchanting tradeur.

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1881 Mr Bateman and Mr Ogden came together to establish a brand new textile business in Bradford – the heart of the UK textile industry.

Little could they have imagined that 130 years later, the name Bateman Ogden & Co Ltd would be renowned across the globe as one of the finest suppliers of luxury suit length fabrics.

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Woven in Yorkshire , Scabal has been worn by presidents , actors and sports people the world over.

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Lear Browne and Dunsford chose Exeter as their base when they commenced trading in 1895, supplying fine quality fabrics and linings to the worldwide tailoring industry.

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Huddersfield Textiles is one of the few remaining cloth merchants still operating in the heart of Huddersfield's suit fabric industry. HT supplies the worlds finest worsted suit cloth in Britain to Tailors, Designers and Fashion houses around the world. 
Respected for their attention to detail, the cloths produced by this company are all done inside of Huddersfield itself, no cost is spared in the production of their enviable cloth ranges.

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