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Our warmest congratulations to TRH the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the safe arrival of their first born child - Baby Archie - on Monday 6th May 2019.
Transparency Within Fashion - During FRW2019, we wanted to honour the work done by our wonderfully talented team with a series a short films.
G.H.Hurt & Son are so pleased to reveal our new collection of Cashmere Baby Cardigans, designed and knitted to give your baby the cosiest, comfiest and cutest piece of clothing they could possibly wear.
We are Proud to announce that we here at G.H.Hurt & Son have been awarded Feefo GOLD Service Award for the second year in a row now. We are so happy to hear that our customers think so highly of our services.
Our new Collection of Baby Blankets come in different styles and colours, and give you the option to have your new borns name embroidered on, to make that special gift that bit more special.
G.H.Hurt & Son now offer a Handwritten Gift Card Service so that when you send one of our shawls to a loved one, they know it has been given with the utmost love and care.
Once a year at G.H.Hurt & Son, we open our factory gates to the general public as part of the national 'Heritage Open Days' event. Find out what we got up to this year, 2018!
Henry was one of the last, if not THE last, handframe knitting apprentice.
Our contribution to Fashion Revolution Week, a global movement that seeks to encourage a more sustainable and transparent fashion industry.
Inspired by our rich heritage, our lacy knitting shawls at G.H.Hurt & Son are manufactured using traditional artisan techniques.
Handframe Knitting, invented by Rev. William Lee of Nottingham 1589.
Our new AW18/19 Contemporary Collection celebrates uniting all through the expression of colour. Whether you are looking for something simple and bold or daring and bright, there is something for all!
Our long standing, symbiotic relationship with Nottingham Trent University, provides students with the oppotunity to gain valuable work experience whilst providing us with the latest thinking in design and business.
Our priority is delivering personal, customer service and we’ve been awarded the Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award 2018 for it!
G.H.Hurt & Son has been a family owned and run knitted lace clothing accessory business for four generations. Learn about the people who built our success.
G.H.Hurt & Son was established in 1912 and carries on the tradition of Lace making in the historic city of Nottingham. Explore our history.
Jacaranda, our placement student from Nottingham Trent University, tells her story about working at the Shawl Factory and the creation behind her Handframe knitted scarf.
Our warmest and sincere congratulations to TRH the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, on the safe arrival of Prince Louis Arthur Charles, wrapped in our Nottingham Lace Knitted Baby Shawls.
We were visited by Sir John Peace, County Lord Lieutenant.
Modern design innovation at G.H.Hurt & Son, combines with traditional artisan techniques.
Inspired by a hundred year heritage of scarf design, our Men’s range combines fine knitting, contemporary design and a splash of masculine colour.
We at G.H.Hurt & Son were thrilled and delighted to see TRH the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge emerge from St Mary's Hospital, with their new daughter Princess Charlotte, wrapped in one of our Elegant Soft Wool Baby Shawls.
Here at G.H.Hurt & Son we love the beautiful baby images taken by Memory Gate Photographers in their Wimbledon studio. Capture that special moment to cherish for years to come. www.memorygate.co.uk.
Our warmest congratulations to TRH the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the safe arrival of their first child born on Monday.
G.H.Hurt & Son celebrates its Centenary. Local designer Sir Paul Smith unveiled a Blue Plaque in honour of George Henry Hurt founder of the company.
In a recently published article Victoria Beckham was pictured cuddling Harper - who is wrapped in a G.H.Hurt & Son baby shawl – as they arrive at LAX airport.
Charlotte Rogers reports in the July edition of Knitting International.
Nottingham Evening Post details the success and innovation of Nottingham’s famous Lace Makers, G.H.Hurt & Son in this news article from 2007.