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July 16: Hog's fennel.

The old road passes along the top of Tankerton slope after running inland to skirt the Marshes. The sea wall with its promenade protects the slope from crumbling into the waters, and apart from rough grass there are green plants and bushes all the way. 110 more words

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Dollhouse scale William Morris 'Orange Tree' wallhanging challenge!

Do you sometimes feel that you’d like to have a go at an embroidery kit of some kind, but feel that maybe it’s beyond your capabilities?   416 more words


Beauty Break: 07.12.17

Such loveliness.

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Stansky — Redesigning the World

Stansky, Peter. Redesigning the World: William Morris, the 1880s, and the Arts and Crafts. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1985.

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The Red House at Bexleyheath

21 pics. The Red House is in a continuous state of renovation and hence a little sparse inside.  Nevertheless, it is intriguing, full of history and surrounded by gardens that are both beautiful and tranquil.  171 more words


Harvey — Bristol Printing House

Harvey, Charles, and Jon Press. “A Bristol Printing House: Edward Everard’s Monument to Gutenberg, Morris and the Printer’s Art.” Journal of the William Morris Society 10 (1994): 40–47.

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Guy — Reproducing the Kelmscott Chaucer

Guy, Peter. “Reproducing the Kelmscott Chaucer.” Penrose Annual 69 (1976): 87–97.

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