Warner & Sons was a British textile manufacturer founded in Spitalfields and originally specialising in silk for the furnishing industry. It wove the coronation robes for both Edward VII and Elizabeth II. In the 80s it expanded into the exclusive production of chintzes for London decorators Colefax & Fowler, Jean Monro, George Spencer and leading American firms including Brunschwig and Fils, Lee Jofa and Cowtan & Tout. Warners archive of fabric samples, paper designs and documents was sold to Braintree District Museum Trust in 2004, returning to its original location of mill buildings in Braintree, Essex.

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