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William Morris Sussex chair - with "Peacock and Dragon" Fabric Design used as wallpaper in the background of this image (c. He went to Sussex town to learn how they were made.

Arts and Crafts: Morris and Company advertisement with many types of chairs offered. Rush seats, spindle backs and legs. Simple, no ornamentation.

Morris & Co. This is a page from their catalogue. The Rossetti chair is at top left, the Sussex chairs the next three in the top row, and the round-seat chair possibly designed by F. Brown at bottom left.

Morris Chair by William Morris & Co. in blue upholstery Taken from William Morris: Redesigning the World by John Burdick, p. 49

UTOPISCHE REACTIE - This chair most commonly known as the "Morris Chair," has the distinctive olden reclining chair appearance. The high arm rests along with the angled back rest made it one of the first reclining chairs to be successfully made.

William Morris chair -- the world's first adjustable lounge chair -- adapted by Morris from a chair owned by Ephraim Colman.

Master Bedroom spindle chair - William Morris chair -- the world's first adjustable lounge chair -- adapted by Morris from a chair owned by Ephraim Colman.

An original Gustav Stickley Morris chair in fumed oak at the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms.

Revival Interiors

An original Gustav Stickley Morris chair in fumed oak at the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms.(American arts and crafts,mission style)

Armchair, ebonised beech, with turned ornament and a rush seat

Sussex chair by Philip Webb -made ca. 1860 (designed) Morris & Co. (maker) Ebonised beech, with a rush seat

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