Royal Christening; Green Drawing Room Windsor CastleRead more
The Green Drawing Room Windsor Castle, decorated in Humphries Weaving Silk, was chosen for the official photographs of the Christening of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
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.
“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.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit the Brighton Pavilion SaloonRead more
On Wednesday 3rd October 2018 the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Brighton Pavilion as part of their tour of Sussex, where they took in the newly restored Saloon. You can also listen to David Beevers, Keeper of the Royal Pavilion (pictured right) explain the importance of the restoration in our film; ‘The Quest For His Majesty’s Silk’.
Brighton Pavilion Saloon RestorationRead more
Built for George IV when he was Prince of Wales, the Royal Pavilion in Brighton is one of the most extravagant buildings of its age. This weekend celebrates the grand re-opening of the Saloon, following conservation and restoration work started in 2002 and costing in the region of £390,000. The room is now faithfully restored to its 1823 glory.
Chippendale 300Read more
2018 marks 300 years since the birth of Thomas Chippendale, he became a cabinet-maker in London, designing furniture in the mid-Georgian, English Rococo, and Neoclassical styles. His legacy and talent is on display at many of our great houses and museums, a number of which are holding their own ‘Chippendale 300’ celebrations of this special tercentenary.
Royal Wedding; Green Drawing Room fabricRead more
Humphries Weaving were commissioned to weave a deep green, pure silk damask (woven wide width) for the Green Drawing Room fabric restoration which used the ‘George and Mary Damask’ design. The fabric can be seen in wall panels and on the furniture suite, it was also used in the restoration of the window drapes. Twenty-six years on the damask still provides a warmth and richness to this much used and photographed room.
Humphries Weaving film launchedRead more
We are thrilled to launch our new Humphries Weaving film and hope you enjoy this glimpse into the work that…
HRH The Princess Royal visits Humphries Weaving at Sudbury Silk MillsRead more
On Tuesday 19th December 2017 Humphries Weaving were delighted to join neighbouring companies at the Sudbury Silk Mills site in welcoming HRH The Princess Royal, President of the UK Fashion and Textiles Association.
Hatfield & Pannier: Silk: from Spitafields to SudburyRead more
Read about the history behind the Pannier and Hatfiled Damasks, currently on display at Grainsboroughs’ House, Sudbury