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Left to right: First two by designed by E. W. Godwin, third by Charles Francis Annesley Voysey, and fourth by Arthur Heygot Mackmurdo.
Left to right: Charles Francis Annesley Voysey, Edward Welby Pugin, George Jack, William Morris & Co.
Left: Collinson and Lock (attributed manufacturers). Right: Morris & Co. (manufacturers).
Left: Lamb of Manchester. Right: J. S. Henry and Co.
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Gloag, John. Victorian Comfort: A Social History of Design, 1830-1900. A. C. Black, 1961. (Reprinted 1973 by David and Charles, Newton Abbot.)
The Fine Art Society Story. Part I. London: The Fine Art Society, 2001.
Wainwright, Clive. Introduction. Architect-Designers from Pugin to Mackintosh. Exhibition catalogue. London: The Fine Art Society with Haslam & Whiteway Ltd., 1981.
Last modified 13 October 2012