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Scarves, hats and gloves from Glen Prince

Scarves, hats and gloves from Glen Prince

Autumn is approaching and we are therefore pleased to welcome Scottish Glen Prince, supplying scarves, hats, gloves for the cold and windy time. Glen Prince is a British family run business which was founded in 1990 and is famous throughout the world for their luxurious scarves in lambswool and cashmere. Glen Prince uses only the best materials for their scarves.

During the fall and winter we continously get new items in different colours and styles. Check out all the beautiful scarves, hats and gloves.

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Glen Prince of Great Britain is a British family run company set up by Paul Lovell, Chairman and his son, Mark Lovell, Managing Director in 1989 and was incorporated in January of 1990. 

The company’s headquarters are in Yeovil, South West England where a team of staff co-ordinate design, sales and deliveries to all Glen Prince’s markets across the globe. Their collections are based on high British tradition and values. Their products are recognised all over the world as representing the best of British design and manufacturing.

Their Cashmere and Lamb’s Wool scarves and stoles are the flagship products in the Glen Prince range. We use the highest quality Cashmere and hundreds of years of tradition and skill are incorporated into the production, down to the natural teases used to comb ‘Tease’ the finished item to its luxurious finish. In the summer of 2010 Glen Prince launched its debut lightweight Spring Summer Collection, offering customers lightweight scarves and shawls for the first time. Their Spring Summer Collections are now recognised for their range of designs and beautiful combinations of materials.

The Brand Name

‘Glen’ is the Scottish Celtic word-meaning valley and ‘Prince’ evokes our country’s royal heritage. The marriage of the two words ‘Glen Prince’ justifiably represents the image that conveys our British traditions.