Suppliers of the finest Irish Poplin ties since 1820

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We close Thursday 18th April 2019 and reopen Monday 29th April 2019 for the Easter holidays.

In 1820 Richard Atkinson, the then Lord Mayor of Dublin, asked a group of weavers to make their Irish poplin for his shop. By 1837, Mr. Atkinson's Irish poplin fabric was so popular that Queen Victoria granted Atkinsons a Royal Warrant.

In the early 1900s, Atkinsons moved away from ladies' fabrics towards the production of Irish poplin for cravats and ties, which the shop had already been offering customers for some years.

Today's Atkinsons Royal Irish Poplin is a beautiful 50-50 blend of the finest silk and Australian merino wool.

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