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    • Design for Troy Type

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Design for Troy Type
    • Early stage in the design with copies of Sweynheym & Pannartz's Subiaco type.
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    • Conical electroplated bowl

    • Dresser, Christopher (1834-1904);
    • Conical electroplated bowl
    • Made by Elkington and Co in 1885. Designed 1864. Illustrated in 'principles of design' 1873.
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    • Kelmscott Mark

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Kelmscott Mark
    • Used as a colophon in most books issued from the Kelmscott Press.
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    • The Golden Legend

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • The Golden Legend
    • "Golden" type on paper - woodcut title designed by Morris & cut by Bernard Quaritch.
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    • News from nowhere

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • News from nowhere
    • "Golden" type in black and red on paper; woodcut (Kelmscott Manor) by C.M. Gere.
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    • Kelmscott Chaucer

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Kelmscott Chaucer
    • Two pages: "Chaucer" type & borders designed by Morris. Illustrations (woodcuts) by E. Burne-Jones.
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    • Trellis wallpaper

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Trellis wallpaper
    • With a Morris & Co. Sussex rush-seated chair. In regular production soon after 1865.
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    • Pimpernel

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Pimpernel
    • Curtains: "Bird" 1878; upholstery: "Tulip & Rose" 1876. Billiard Room, Wightwick Manor, Staffordshire. House designed by Edward Ould 1887-1893.
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    • Pink and rose

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Pink and rose
    • Fruitwood block used in the printing.
    • Woodblock;
    • Compton wallpaper

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Compton wallpaper
    • The last wallpaper designed by Morris - made for Laurence Hodson's Compton House.
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    • Cray printed cotton

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Cray printed cotton
    • Morris's most complex, expensive design requiring the most blocks. Named for a near by river.
    • Printed cotton;
    • Merton Abbey dye book

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Merton Abbey dye book
    • Recipes for Cray and Evenlode. Cray was the most complicated fabric of all to print, requiring 34 blocks, hence it's expense.
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