Thomas Mason is an English brand of fabrics established in 1796 by Thomas Mason. Nowadays it belongs to Albini Group (Italy / since 1992), and Thomas Mason fabrics are woven in Italy. They comply with Oeko-Tex Standard 100. There’re several lines. Goldline is the best line, but Silverline is very good too. Most Thomas Mason fabrics are two-ply (2×2, but sometimes 2×1); however, you can find 1-ply and 3-ply (2×3) fabrics too. Yarn numbers vary from 80 to 160.
Thomas Mason fabrics are usually woven of Egyptian cotton (long staple and extra-long staple / Giza 45 and Giza 87 – for Goldline) and French linen (from Normandy). Weaves: poplin, zephyr, oxford, royal oxford, twill, herringbone, dobby, marcella. There are lots of solid, striped and checked fabrics. Thomas Mason fabrics are used by Budd, Ede & Ravenscroft, G.Inglese, Guglielminotti, Hackett, J.Crew, Ledbury, Luigi Borrelli, Mazzarelli, The Perfect Son Suitsupply, Turnbull and Asser and some other brands.
This shirt is made of Thomas Mason fabric (100% cotton, 120/2).
It must be added that nowadays Thomas Mason offers pocket squares, neckties and bow-ties. They’re sold by Barneys.com, EastDane.com, JCrew.com. Prices start at 60 USD (as far as pocket squares are concerned / no VAT), at 80 USD (bow-ties).