Humphries Weaving featured in the East Anglian Daily TimesRead more
Humphries Weaving featured in March 19th 2019 issue of the East Anglian Daily Times “Silk fit for a prince”.
Local press is particularly exciting for our mill as the pride in our work can be shared with friends and families.
Royal Television Society East WinnersRead more
We’re proud to announce that Eye Film took home two awards for our ‘Humphries Weaving Company Film’ at the Royal Television Society East.
“Fit for an English Sun King”Read more
His Majesty’s Geranium & gold colour silk researched, redrawn & rewoven by Humphries Weaving for the Brighton Pavilion Saloon silk curtains & wall hangings.
We are recruiting! Account ManagerRead more
This is an exciting career opportunity to join our small and ambitious team, allowing you to combine your creative approach and commercial acumen.
Visit us at the Historic Buildings, Parks & Gardens Event 2018Read more
The Historic Buildings, Parks & Gardens Event 2018 (HBPGE) is held on Tuesday 13th November 2018 at the Queen Elizabeth II conference centre,…
Historic Houses Association (HHA) AGM 2017Read more
Historic Houses Association (HHA) Exhibition 2017 On Tuesday 14th November 2017 Humphries Weaving will again be exhibiting at the Historic Houses…
Sales & design assistant; we are recruiting!Read more
We are looking to recruit a Sales and Design Assistant to join and support our small ambitious team.
Historic House Association Exhibition 2016Read more
On Tuesday 15th November 2016 Humphries Weaving will again be exhibiting at the Historic Buildings Parks & Gardens event at the Queen Elizabeth II conference centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE.
Richard Humphries on BBC Radio SuffolkRead more
On Monday 23rd May 2016 Richard joined BBC Radio Suffolk presenter Lesley Dolphin as her sofa guest to reflect on his 50 years in Textile Design and upcoming role as The Upper Bailiff of the Worshipful Company of Weavers.
Richard Humphries, 50 Years In TextilesRead more
In 1966 Richard J Humphries was first employed as a design apprentice at Warner & Sons Ltd at New Mill, Braintree. It was to be a life-long career path of textile design and a passion to create the most complex and luxurious fabrics possible.