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William Morris

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London and Nearby

by Brian D. Coleman
Research for Historic Arts and Crafts Homes of Great Britain (Gibbs Smith, 2005) necessitated a number of trips to the U.K. I was lucky enough to discover many fascinating sites important to the history of the Arts and Crafts movement. You should go.
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Rugs & Carpeting

Wallace Interiors

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Reproductions and adaptations of William Morris carpets and other Arts & Crafts carpet designs by mail. Hand or machine woven in 100-percent wool.
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Evolution of the Morris Chair

by Kevin Rodel
Learn about the history of the Morris Chair—the first recliner. A staple of Arts & Crafts furniture lines, the adjustable-back chair actually dates to 1865 and William Morris’s English firm.
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Fabrics & Trimmings

Osborne & Little

by Arts and Crafts Editor
To-the-trade-only distributor of Liberty fabrics, including the Kelmscot line, adapted from the designs of William Morris.
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Fabrics & Trimmings

Morris & Co. by Sanderson

by Arts and Crafts Editor
In 1940, Sanderson acquired Morris & Co. They continue to produce Morris & Co. designs as printed and woven fabrics.
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Fabrics & Trimmings

Historic Style

by Arts and Crafts Editor
William Morris, Arts and Crafts, and Art Nouveau fabrics, tapestries, wallpapers and more. Full sample cutting service.
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