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William Morris and Co (Westminster)

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Note: Not to be confused with Morris and Co

Company established by William Morris (1874-1944)

Also known as William Morris Studios

1910 William Morris and Co (Ruskin House) Ltd, catalogue of designs for window casements, architectural metal work, and glazing. Written, illustrated and published by Morris and Company[1].

1922 Stained Glass, Leaded Lights, Metal Casements, Brasses, Mosaics, and Wrought Metal Work, of Ruskin House, Rochester Row, Westminster, London S.W.

1945 The craftsmen of William Morris and Co made a commemorative mace for Westminster Abbey in their own time, being otherwise fully engaged in war work[2].

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Metropolitan Museum of Art catalogue[1]
  2. The Times, 21 May 1945