Originally established as a handweavers by Clare man, Thomas Ferguson in 1854, they are now the only Irish linen damask weavers remaining in Ireland. Based in Banbridge, Co. Down, each product is genuinely woven in Northern Ireland.
Irish linen is made from yarn cultivated from the flax plant, which was widely grown and farmed throughout Ireland in the past. Unfortunately, very little flax is grown here today and most is now imported from Europe to be woven into linen fabric.
Tomas Ferguson creates the finest linens with a reputation for quality that has lasted through generations. Their weaving expertise combined with the quality of yarns used produces a wonderfully soft, yet strong fabric that will last a lifetime.