Hield

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Hield Bros.
Private
Industry Manufacturing, Retailing
Founded England, United Kingdom (1922)
Headquarters Briggella Mills, West Yorkshire, England
Key people
David & Hugh Hield, Founders
Products Cloth, Clothing, Fashion
Website www.hield.com
Briggella Mills, West Yorkshire, England Headquarters of Hield Bros. Ltd.
Hield-sponsored Le Mans racecar driven by British driver Sam Hancock.
Hield Store in Osaka, Japan.
Hield Bros. Lambswool Sateen cloth seen in the interior of Queen Elizabeth II's Bentley State Limousine

Hield Bros /ˈhld/, or simply Hield, is an English textile manufacturer and retailer of men's clothing and luxury goods. The company was established in 1922. In addition to manufacturing cloth for its own suits, Hield produces cloth for many labels and has supplied the upholstery used in Queen Elizabeth II's custom Bentley State Limousine.[1]

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Originally founded as the Hield Brothers by David and Hugh Hield in 1922 in West Yorkshire, England, Hield Bros. is based in Briggella Mills, West Yorkshire. The company manufactures cloth for both apparel and furniture, suits, shirts, neckties, knitwear, scarves and throws, shoes, luggage, small leather goods and accessories. Forbes magazine lists a $ 21,000 set of 7 Hield suits as one of the "best ways to blow your bonus".[2]

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