Home Arts & Industries Association

Set up in 1884 to teach the working classes how to make metalwork and other handicrafts. Typically run by middle class and aristocratic women but well supported…
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Arts and Crafts metalwork Art Nouveau, Industrial, Art, Keswick, Photo, Nouveau, Lovely, Family, Jewellery
Arts and Crafts sconce by the Ickleford Class
A lovely Arts and Crafts candlesconce made by the Ickleford Industries of Applied Arts, Herts, Circa 1910. The metalworking class set up by the Witter family exhibited at the Home Arts and Industries Association exhibitions.
Made by the Newton School of Metal work to a variation of a design by George Tanner from 1903. Set with a Ruskin Pottery roundel. Design, Metal, Art Nouveau Jewelry, Work, Newton
Newton School arts and crafts copper candle sconce
Made by the Newton School of Metal work to a variation of a design by George Tanner from 1903. Set with a Ruskin Pottery roundel.
A copper candle sconce set with a Ruskin Pottery Roundel. Based on a 1903 design by George Tanner for the Newton School of Metal Work. George
Newton School arts and crafts copper candle sconce
A copper candle sconce set with a Ruskin Pottery Roundel. Based on a 1903 design by George Tanner for the Newton School of Metal Work.
A brass twin handled vase with repousse owl design by the Newton School of Metal Work, circa 1900. Almost certainly designed by John Williams. Repousse, Metal Work, Vase, School
Newton School of Metal Work twin handled vase
A brass twin handled vase with repousse owl design by the Newton School of Metal Work, circa 1900. Almost certainly designed by John Williams.
A large twin handled vase with repousse foliate patterns made by the Newton School of Metal Work, circa 1900. Likely designed by John Williams. Twins, Large
Newton School of Metal Work twin handled vase
A large twin handled vase with repousse foliate patterns made by the Newton School of Metal Work, circa 1900. Likely designed by John Williams.
An arts and crafts repousse copper mirror made at the Newton School of Metal Work, circa 1900. Likely designed by John Williams.
Newton School of Metal Work copper mirror
An arts and crafts repousse copper mirror made at the Newton School of Metal Work, circa 1900. Likely designed by John Williams.
A copper hot water jug designed by George. S. Tanner for the Newton School of Metal Work. The design is dated to 1904. Antiques, Arts And Crafts, Clock, Copper
Newton School of Metal Work hot water jug
A copper hot water jug designed by George. S. Tanner for the Newton School of Metal Work. The design is dated to 1904.
A brass dish made by the Newton School of Metal Work, circa 1900. The dish has a symmetrical repousse design of exotic birds amongst foliage. Designer is unknown but this design appears in the archive of designs by the School. Exotic Birds, Objects, Home Art
Newton School of Metal Work brass dish
A brass dish made by the Newton School of Metal Work, circa 1900. The dish has a symmetrical repousse design of exotic birds amongst foliage. Designer is unknown but this design appears in the archive of designs by the School.
A copper and wood jardiniere made by the Newton School of Metal Work to a design attributed to John Williams, circa 1900. This design appears in the School's design archive. Wood, Copper Work, Metal Working
Newton School of Metal Work jardiniere
A copper and wood jardiniere made by the Newton School of Metal Work to a design attributed to John Williams, circa 1900. This design appears in the School's design archive.
A well made copper and brass box produced by the Newton School of Metal Work around 1900. This particular design appears in the archive of designs used by the School with John Williams as the most likely designer. It certainly highlights the diversity of the designs produced by this prolific School. Lidded, Industrial Art
Newton School of Metal Work copper and brass lidded box
A well made copper and brass box produced by the Newton School of Metal Work around 1900. This particular design appears in the archive of designs used by the School with John Williams as the most likely designer. It certainly highlights the diversity of the designs produced by this prolific School.
A beautiful copper sconce produced by one of my favourite classes. This sconce would have been designed by Elizabeth Waterhouse or another member of the Waterhouse family around 1900. This particular piece is signed by Robert Allum who was an agricultural labourer in Yattendon around this time. Beautiful, Full History, Handicraft
Yattendon Class copper sconce
A beautiful copper sconce produced by one of my favourite classes. This sconce would have been designed by Elizabeth Waterhouse or another member of the Waterhouse family around 1900. This particular piece is signed by Robert Allum who was an agricultural labourer in Yattendon around this time.
An Arts and Crafts copper hot water jug made by the Yattendon Class from Berkshire, circa 1900. Pottery, Mugs, Jugs, Water Jug
Yattendon Class copper hot water jug
An Arts and Crafts copper hot water jug made by the Yattendon Class from Berkshire, circa 1900.
English Arts & Crafts Mirror. Hammered Copper with Mirrored Glass. England. Circa 1905. 24" x 17". Crafts, Ideas, Antique Copper, Arts And Crafts Furniture, Mirrored Glass, Craftsman Style
20th Century Art & Design
English Arts & Crafts Mirror. Hammered Copper with Mirrored Glass. England. Circa 1905. 24" x 17".
A stunning copper vase by the Yattendon School, circa 1900. This is a known design by Elizabeth Waterhouse that was exhibited at the Home Arts and Industries exhibition in 1899 and illustrated in The Studio magazine.  The only other example i am aware of is in the collection of the Museum of Rural English Life in Reading. Museums, English, Studio
Arts and Crafts Yattendon School vase
A stunning copper vase by the Yattendon School, circa 1900. This is a known design by Elizabeth Waterhouse that was exhibited at the Home Arts and Industries exhibition in 1899 and illustrated in The Studio magazine. The only other example i am aware of is in the collection of the Museum of Rural English Life in Reading.
Copper items made by the Yattendon School in Berkshire, circa 1900.
Yattendon School reunion
Copper items made by the Yattendon School in Berkshire, circa 1900.