John Hanly

Made in Ireland since 1893

What is John Hanly Tweed?

John Hanly is one of the oldest weavers in Ireland. It was founded by Denis Hanly and his son Ballyartella, on the banks of the river Nenagh in the county of Tipperary.

The peasants of the surrounding area brought the Hanlys the wool of their sheep, which was then spun, woven and washed in the soft water of the river. 1952 destroyed a fire four of the 6th floor of the factory. After that, the Hanlys decided to concentrate exclusively on weaving fabrics.

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A Guide to Tweed

John Crocket stands for suits, jackets, waistcoats, caps and bow ties made of exclusive Tweed from the best Scottish and Irish mills. But what makes Tweed so special and how is Tweed made?
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Lovat Tweed keeps always warm and is weather resistant. Its colour shades remember the Scottish landscapes.
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Harris Tweed is particularly resistant, gleams with unique colours and can be easily combined with different fabrics.
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Magee Tweed persuades with its particular robustness and eith the heavy fabric from the traditional County Donegal in Ireland.
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Moon Tweed provides with its the luxurious feel for the comfort factor and keeps you always warm even by cold temperatures.
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John Hanly works exclusively with natural fibers and sets high value on sustainable and ethical production.
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Marling & Evans underlines the distinctive and special nature of its Tweed fabrics. Spinning, weaving and refining are based in the English Huddersfield.
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