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Morris & Co. (London, England)

Morris & Company : 449, Oxford Street, London : we beg to call the attention of the public to some of the numerous kinds of goods which we produce.

Additional Title(s):

We beg to call the attention of the public to some of the numerous kinds of goods which we produce

London : [s.n., not before 1882]
Physical Description:
1 sheet ([1] page) ; 25 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
NK1535.M67 M6 1882+ Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Gift of David Doret, Yale BA 1968
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Copyright Status:
Public Domain
Title from first lines of text.
The showroom of Morris & Co. originally opened in 1877 at 264 Oxford Street, London; the address was re-numbered 449 in February 1882.
"We think we may venture to enumerate them, since they are so various of kind, that some of them may have escaped notice even of our customers, and of those who are looking out for such wares ... 1st. Painted glass windows ... 2nd. "Arras" tapestry, woven in the high warp loom ... 3rd. Carpets ... 4th Carpets, hand made ... 5th. Embroidery ... 6th. Printed cotton goods ... 7th. Paper hangings ... 8th. Figured woven stuffs ... 9th. Furniture velvets and cloths ...". Details follow the enumeration of each good.
Subject Terms:
Arts and crafts movement -- England.
Decoration and ornament -- England.
Interior decoration -- England.
Morris & Co. (London, England)
Morris, William, 1834-1896.
Textile fabrics -- England.
Textile industry -- England.
Wall hangings -- England.
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