Holland & Sherry




Animal fibres have unique properties and a special significance in the British textile industry.

Throughout the nineteenth century, Yorkshire established itself as the centre of the world’s wool trade, with other areas in Britain specialising in tweeds and other weaves. Industrial Britain became the greatest textile manufacturer in the world. As Queen Victoria’s empire flourished, raw materials were imported from the British colonies to the factories of Britain.


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