larobotique: William Kilburn 'Wild flowers design for silk material' 1790

larobotique: William Kilburn 'Wild flowers design for silk material' 1790

A (William) Morris & Co ‘Oak’ silk panel embroidered by Helen, Lady Lucas Tooth in the early 20th century. The original design is attributed to John Henry Dearle.

A (William) Morris & Co ‘Oak’ silk panel embroidered by Helen, Lady Lucas Tooth in the early 20th century. The original design is attributed to John Henry Dearle.

Artichoke wallpaper design by William Morris, produced by Morris & Co, 1875

Artichoke wallpaper design by William Morris, produced by Morris & Co, 1875

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One idea would be to have the lettering framed inside a pattern of grain sketches

One idea would be to have the lettering framed inside a pattern of grain sketches

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William Morris, drawing for Poppy design wallpaper

William Morris, drawing for Poppy design wallpaper

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