Production Specifics

Typically made are mens tweeds and jacketing fabrics. These can also be used in upholstery. The in-house design team are able to work through bespoke designs, so new clients simply need to come with an idea, colour swatch - and preferably a budget or timeline. There is also access to an extensive archive for inspiration. Minimum order is 150m.

Turnaround TimeProject Dependent
Starting Cost£500
Production Access By appointment
File TypesSketches, Patterns

Materials

Textiles Cashmere Cotton Tweed Silk Linen Show more

Processes

Weaving Warping Jacquard Loom Weaving Darning

Machines

Jacquard Loom Floor Loom
 

Works With

Large Businesses
Small Companies
Professionals
General Public
Students

Capacity

Bespoke 1-offs
Samples
Prototypes
Short Run
Medium Run
Large Run

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Company History

Robert Noble was originally established in Galashiels in 1666 by David Ballantyne. In 1866 the businesses expanded to such an extent that larger premises were required. In 1884, D. Ballantyne moved to Peebles and built March Street Mills, along with tied housing for workers. Weaving was the only relevant industry in the Scottish Borders at that time: 15-20,000 people from the area were employed by the industry. Today over 150 people are employed by Moorbrook Textiles, half of those in March Street Mills in Peebles.

Client List

Ralph Lauren
Ted Baker
Yves Saint Laurent
Polo
Walker Slater

Contact Robert Noble

ContactElspeth Anderson
Designer
Emailcarmen.masson@robert-noble.co.uk
Phone01721720146
Websiterobert-noble.co.uk
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AddressMarch Street Mills, Peebles, EH45 8ER
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