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The History Of Tweed

The History Of Tweed

Tweed is an integral part in the history of tailoring; it is the cloth of royalty and aristocracy, game hunters, academics, Doctor Who's, fictional detectives, politicians and fashion pioneers. Following the story of this wool cloth reveals a complex history interwoven with the redefinition of c...
As Seen In The Field Magazine

As Seen In The Field Magazine

With its majestic mist-clad parkland dotted with sheep grazing amid the ruins of an abandoned Manor house, Snelston could be the setting of a Gothic novel. Yet the beauty of this Dovedale estate in the Peak District even, on a particular parky and wet January day is but a but one of its special a...
Snelston Tweed In Period Living

Snelston Tweed In Period Living

For Linda Jane and Charles Stanton family is at the heart of the home in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. The land on which the property lies has been passed down through the generations of more than 200 years. They run Snelston Tweed their wool business from the stables of the listed house using their own sheep wool to create a range of brightly coloured and traditional tweeds for tailoring, upholstery and a range of accessories.