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William Morris: Black Compton, Oblong Scarf 100% silk

Echoing the rich colors of John Henry Dearle’s 1896 wallpaper design Compton, this sophisticated scarf features a rich botanical and floral motif.

Hyacinth wallpaper, by William Morris. England, 19th century

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William Morris Tiles. William Morris Daisy Green Tile

The daisy tile has its origins in an illumination to The Dance of the Wodehouses a fifteenth century Froissart Manuscript

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Seaweed Epic Poster by William Morris

William Morris Founder of the Arts and Craft movement. One of the most influential designers of the 19th century "Have nothing in your homes that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful."

William Morris – was an English textile designer, artist, writer, and libertarian socialist associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and English Arts and Crafts Movement.

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William Morris Snakehead Design - Mousepad

Arts & Crafts William Morris Snakeshead in Red & Blue Counted Cross Stitch Chart

The Original Morris & Co - Arts and crafts, fabrics and wallpaper designs by William Morris & Company | Products | British/UK Fabrics and Wallpapers | The Brook (DM3P224497) | Archive III Prints

The Brook Linen Fabric 'The Brook' design created by Morris & Co.’s designer Alison Gee, inspired by medieval tapestries, on a blue background.

William Morris Wallpaper Print

Snakeshead

PATTERN COLOR - William Morris and his fabulous wallpaper patterns for this chalk pastel drawing project. During the William Morris was a famous British poet, novelist, furniture and textile.

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