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Liberty Exhibition 2008 Catalogue Page 5


Arts and crafts curtain, tulip and leaf pattern, jacquard-woven woollen double cloth In the manner of C.F. Voysey
Possibly by Alexander Morton & Co

This piece bares similarities to textile designs by C.F.A Voysey, the turned over leaf design and the structure of the pattern follow his design for Poppy.

See Textiles of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Linda Parry p59, cat 57



Arts and Crafts table cover, silk and wool double cloth woven
Attributed to Samuel Rowe
A.H. Lee & Sons
Circa 1896

This piece is a fine example of the work A.H. Lee & Sons would have been producing in the late 19th century. Designers included George Faulkner Armitage, Samuel Rowe, Walter Crane, Haite, Voysey and their most prominent A.H. Mackmurdo.

See; Textiles of the Arts and Crafts Movement, Linda Parry p133, cat 137
for a similar example.



Arts and Crafts carpets, flat weave incorporating ducks and peacocks
Circa 1900

Arts and Crafts two fold screen, block and stencil printed on linen, depicting fairies frolicking on mushrooms and a horse chestnut branch.
Signed Elspeth E C



Arts and Crafts needlework orange tree.
silk on linen
Circa 1900

Glasgow School Arts and Crafts table runner, natural linen with appliqué designs of stylised roses and moths, floss silk threads in pink, purple, green and blue.

In the manner of Johnamm ‘Joey’ McCrae

See Glasgow School of Art Embroidery 1894-1920.Page 28 fig 62 for a similar example.

Circa 1900



Arts and Crafts textile woven cotton, framed in an original arts and crafts oak frame.
After a design by C.F.A Voysey
Possibly Silver Studio
Circa 1910



Arts and Crafts hanging, printed velvet Design attributed to Harry Napper for G. P. & J. Baker
Circa 1900



Arts and Crafts Irish School rug,
Celtic design
Circa 1910



Arts and Crafts Irish School Celtic design silk needlework, framed
Circa 1910



Arts and Crafts needlework in silk
Morris & Co.
Circa 1880


Arts and Crafts needle work silk thread on linen, depicting opposing peacocks
Circa 1900


A rare pair needlework panels, ‘Minerva’ and ‘Juno’ silk thread on “satin de chine”

Provenance Mr. Richard Scott:
See Victorian embroidery by Barbara Morris 1962. Page 137 / 180

Designed by Selwyn Image for the Royal School of Needlework and shown at the Royal School of Art Needlework’s exhibition in 1879.



Arts and Crafts three fold fire screen three figures dressed in medieval costume.
Circa 1895




Arts and Crafts silk on cotton embroidered picture of “Hope” after a painting by G.F. Watts
Circa 1905



Arts and Crafts rug with Celtic design work
Designed by George Baine for Quayle & Tranter
Circa 1920



Arts and Crafts Glasgow School flat weave carpet in green and pink
Attributed to Templetons


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