A distinguished British fabric manufacturer of custom Jacquard designs
Expertise and imagination drives every individual project
Custom Fabric Design
Humphries Weaving is a renowned British fabric manufacturer that has earnt an international reputation for designing and weaving fine furnishings. We have a back catalogue of nearly 50 years of client projects spanning historical restorations and the high end decorator market. We combine historical expertise and academic research with evolving weaving techniques to produce impeccable fabric design.
We pride ourselves on having the imagination to deliver a client’s vision; our patience, knowledge and expertise of colour, design and woven construction guides us to create accurate historic reproductions and innovative contemporary textiles.
Historic Textiles for the METRead more
The highly influential and venerable institution of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York celebrates its 150th year anniversary this year. We take a look at some of the projects we have collaborated on since Humphries inception in 1972.
Textile FibresRead more
We use our knowledge of textile fibres to design and to create fabrics balancing a multitude of characteristics, considering, include lustre, weight, texture and performance.
Half SilksRead more
In England half Silk Damasks reached the peak of their popularity in the early to mid-18th. Humphries are still weaving today many half silks such as Camlets, Bombazines, Taborets and Damasks.
Fabric for scrubsRead more
We were pleased to be invited to contribute to an endeavour set up by our neighbours at Sudbury Silk Mills, where a team is sewing fabric for scrubs.
Working Remotely at Humphries WeavingRead more
Humphries Weaving has the pleasure of working on many worldwide projects, where we don’t always meet face to face or operate in the same timezone. This means we have plenty of experience advising and supporting our customers working remotely.
The Conservation of Auckland CastleRead more
With our Auckland Castle fabrics the interiors have been re imagined at different periods in the castles history for visitors to follow in the footsteps of the Bishops that lived there.