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What joy this space 'twixt birth and death can give. ~William Morris
Not all tiles and colors of every pattern are shown here. Follow the links to the product pages to see colors and variations. (The individual catalogs are new so you'll see some changes in format while I polish them to consolidate images for faster loading and add some short descriptions)
Most of these patterns, such as Daisy, Strawberry Thief, and Brother Rabbit have particularly colorful backstories. Where I know these, I include that on the individual product pages.
Lily and Pomegranate with cobalt background (more color variations)*
Brother Rabbit in Forest Green (more color variations)*
Anemone (more color variations)
Strawberry Thief (more color variations)*
Willow (more color variations)*
Bird and Trellis (more color variations)*
Tulip Vine (early Medway version)
Lodden (more color variations)
* This tile is seamless in one or more directons
Some of these patterns were produced by Morris & Co. during Morris's life -- Morris made frequent visits to Merton Abbey even in his later years, and a collaborative influence is very much seen on patterns such as Blackthorn and Golden Lily. Later patterns are attributed to John Henry Dearle, who apprenticed at Morris & Co., but clearly show elements from other Morris designs.
Blackthorn (more color variations)*
Woodland Weeds (more color variations)*
Compton (more color variations)*Iris (more color variations)* Seaweed (more color variations)*
Harebell (more color variations)*
May Morris Flower Pot (two variations)*
* Seamless repeat in one or more directons
The Forest was designed by William Morris. His friend, Philip Webb, created the birds and and animals. The Forest is available as a border, a backsplash, and individual forest animals.
The Lilies before the fence were added by John Henry Dearle, and are not in the Burne-Jones design.
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