Rejoice, lest pleasureless ye die. ~William Morris
Seaweed is attributed to John Henry Dearle for Morris and Co. and was first made available in 1901. Dearle's name appears on all designs released after William Morris's death, including designs that were begun by Morris and not released, as well as created by his subordinates at Morris and Co. Of all the designs attributed to Dearle, Seaweed is most popular. It was first released with a dark background. Seaweed tiles are available in five colorways, and are seamless in both directions.
Designer of Record: John Henry Dearle
Sizes: 6 inch or 8 inch ceramic tiles
Background Colors Arts & Crafts blue (deep blue), Philip Webb blue (more cobalt), sand, autumn, light seafoam