Robert Noble was a weaving and textiles business based in the Scottish borders town of Peebles. The origins of the company can be traced back to when it was formed in Galashiels under the name of David Ballantyne. It was at one time listed amongst the oldest surviving UK businesses.
During the next two hundred years the company grew, developed and over time was merged with other businesses including George Roberts & Co. of Selkirk, Walter Thorburn of Hawick and Henry Ballantyne of Walkerburn. In 1884 it moved to a new purpose built mill at March Street in Peebles; the home of Robert Noble until late 2015.
Using yarn of the best quality, we produce a collection of original designs each season. Time-honoured patterns such as estate tweed, glen check, gun club and herringbone are given a contemporary edge, and our speciality twists are used to create subtle distinctions in colour and fibre blend.To compliment Robert Noble Tweeds use to offer a range of equestrian and coat fabrics in our Whiteley and Green range.