Decorated spoons in enamel and silver decorated in ice cream colors from just a little while back. English.

Set of six silver spoons with guilloché enamel decoration to the outside of their bowls with each adorned with enamel in a different color, and the end of the handle of each with a ball of a conforming color affixed. 1933. Made in Birmingham, England. Turner and Simpson, silversmiths. Maker’s marks: hallmark for the silversmith; Birmingham date mark of 1933. Image © 1stDibs.com, Inc. 2021. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/sterling-silver/set-of-six-birmingham-coloured-enamel-silver-spoons/id-f_24066812/#skuId=f_24066812S1
Set of six cymric silver and enamel coffeespoons, each with tendrils issuing from the bowl forming the handle with stylized floral decoration in blue and green enamel to the terminal end in an original Liberty and Company fitted leather case. 1904-1905. British. Archibald Knox (1864-1933), designer for Liberty of London. Maker’s marks: (lion passant), (anchor), “Liberty and Company, e, CYMRIC”. Image © 2021 Heritage Auctions. Fair use license. via https://fineart.ha.com/itm/silver-and-vertu/flatware/a-set-of-six-liberty-and-co-cymric-silver-and-enameled-coffee-spoons-designed-by-archibald-knox-/a/5212-75041.s


Set of six silver and enamel teaspoons each with a green and blue enameled design on the handle that come in their original fitted case. 1927. Made in Birmingham, England. Liberty and Company, makers. Image © 2021 John Bull (Antiques) Ltd. Fair use license. via https://antique-silver.co.uk/john-bull-antiques/arts-crafts-art-nouveau-art-deco/6-liberty-co-arts-crafts-silver-enamel-tea-spoon-teaspoon-set-birm-1927

Beautiful textiles produced by Alexander Morton (1844-1923). Starting out selling muslins created in weavers’ homes, Morton established his own factory and produced fabrics with designs he bought from the Silver Studio and Bailie Scott, amongst others. His fabrics were carried by Liberty of London. Morton was born in Scotland but his factories were in Ireland.

Cotton textile with a design inspired by Sardinian peasant embroideries. 1926. British. Cotton in a plain weave with brocading in chenille yarns. Alexander Morton, designer. Image © Cooper Hewitt Museum. Fair use license. via https://collection.cooperhewitt.org/objects/18343651/
Wool and silk woven furnishing fabric, double cloth with silk pockets in an Italian style with floral and leaf tracery. ca. 1891. British. Alexander Morton and Company, maker. Courtaulds Design Library Collections, Victoria and Albert Museum. Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 2021. Fair use license. via https://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O1434621/furnishing-fabric-alexander-morton/
Furnishing fabric woven with a tapestry effect with peacocks, flowers, tulips, vines, and leaves. 1890-1900. British. Wool and cotton. Alexander Morton and Company, maker. Courtaulds Design Library Collections, Victoria and Albert Museum. Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 2021. Fair use license. via https://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O1434568/furnishing-fabric-alexander-morton/

Arts and Crafts bookplates or ex libris. British. Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo, designer. Collections of the William Morris Gallery.

Part-finished design for bookplate with initials within a wreath motif. Possibly created for Herbert Percy Horne. Undated. British. Pencil and ink on tracing paper. Collections of and © William Morris Gallery, London Borough of Waltham Forest, Fair use license. via https://www.wmgallery.org.uk/collection/artists-64/mackmurdo-arthur-heygate-1851-1942/initial/m/page/3/object/bookplate-design-for-hlph-a204viii
Design for a book plate for Arnold Dolmestsch that features a bird and lute motif. Dolmetsch was a French-born musician and instrument maker, and was a leading figure in the 20th-century revival of interest in early music. Undated. British. Pencil and ink. Collections of and © William Morris Gallery, London Borough of Waltham Forest, Fair use license. via https://www.wmgallery.org.uk/collection/artists-64/mackmurdo-arthur-heygate-1851-1942/initial/m/page/3/object/bookplate-design-for-arnold-dolmetsch-a204xix
Bookplate design for William Thomas Holmes Spicer who was an ophthalmic surgeon. Undated but before 1935. British. Ink on paper. Collections of and © William Morris Gallery, London Borough of Waltham Forest, Fair use license. via https://www.wmgallery.org.uk/collection/artists-64/mackmurdo-arthur-heygate-1851-1942/initial/m/page/3/object/bookplate-design-for-william-thomas-holmes-spicer-a204i

Images of a fantasy past from a little bit back. English. Joseph Edward Southall, artist. Living from 1861 to 1944, he is associated with the Arts and Crafts movement.

“Belgium Supported by Hope.” 1918. English. Tempera on canvas. Inscribed “EJS 1918” on the bottom right, and “COLOUR BEGUN VIII 1918” on the canvas turnover and “Marian E. Longford/Christmas 1918/HGL With Love” on the reverse. Collections of the Tate Galleries, London. Cc0 License 3.0. via https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/southall-belgium-supported-by-hope-t03699
“Cinderella.” 1893-1895. Watercolor on paper laid on card. Inscribed “JES 1893-1895” on the bottom left. Collections of the Tate Galleries. Cco License 3.0. via https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/southall-cinderella-t01930
“Changing the Letter.” 1908-1909. English. Tempera on canvas. Collections of the Birmingham Museums Trust. Cc0 License 0. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/changing-the-letter-33867

Carved oak backs of chairs, all with different designs. American rendition of the Arts and Crafts movement. Charles Rohlfs, furniture maker (1853-1936).

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Chair (back detail). Early 1900s. American. Oak. Collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Image source: WMPearl. In the public domain. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Oak_chair_by_Charles_Rohlfs,_early_1900s,_Metropolitan_Museum_of_Art.JPG

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Chair (back detail). 1898-1899. American. English oak. Collections of the Princeton University Art Museum. Image source: Wmpearl. Image in the public domain. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Oak_chair_made_by_Charles_Rohlfs,_1898-99,_Princeton_University_Art_Museum.JPG

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Hall chair (back detail). ca. 1899. American. Carved and stained oak. Image © Wright Auctions. Fair use license. via https://www.wright20.com/auctions/2015/06/design/282

Watercolors done by Ida and Muriel Perrin taken from three sketchbooks they filled with scenes of their trips abroad taken between 1907 and 1928. The Perrins produced lustre ware for William de Morgan. Part of a current auction at Tooveys’ Auctions from whose website these images are taken.

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Watercolor. Image © Tooveys Auctions, West Sussex. Fair use license. via https://www.tooveys.com/lots/421137/sketchbooks-a-group-of-three-sketchbooks-containing-watercolours

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Watercolor. Fair use license. Image © Tooveys Auctions, West Sussex. Fair use license. via https://www.tooveys.com/lots/421137/sketchbooks-a-group-of-three-sketchbooks-containing-watercolours

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Watercolor. Fair use license. Image © Tooveys Auctions, West Sussex. Fair use license. via https://www.tooveys.com/lots/421137/sketchbooks-a-group-of-three-sketchbooks-containing-watercolours

 

Unfortunately the location is not given on the scanned images that are on the website. Looks to me like they are all of places in Italy, though.

Portraits of women by British artist Louis Ginnett who was part of the Arts and Crafts Ditchling community. Living from 1875 to 1946, he exhibited at the Royal Academy.

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“Portrait of Mary.” ca. 1925. Photo credit: Barbara Taylor. Image © Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft.. Fair use license. via http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/faculty-of-arts-brighton/alumni-and-associates/the-history-of-arts-education-in-brighton/arts-and-crafts-ditchling

Ginnett, Louis, 1875-1946; Mary
“Mary.” No date. Oil on canvas. Photo credit and image © Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/mary-74140/search/actor:ginnett-louis-18751946/page/2/view_as/grid

Ginnett, Louis, 1875-1946; The Coat of Many Colours
“The Coat of Many Colours.” ca. 1926. Oil on canvas. Photo credit and collection of the Brighton and Hove Museums and Art Galleries. In the public domain. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/the-coat-of-many-colours-74779/search/actor:ginnett-louis-18751946/page/1/view_as/grid

Ginnett, Louis, 1875-1946; Jacinta
“Jacinta.” 1925. Oil on canvas. Photo credit and image © The Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate. Fair use licence. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/jacinta-9047/search/actor:ginnett-louis-18751946/page/1/view_as/grid

Designs for badges all with animal motifs by Arts and Crafts era creative Charles Voysey who lived from 1857 to 1941. Starting out as an architect, Voysey designed all sorts of things. These designs all being from the collections of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

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Designs for six circular badges showing animals. 1927. Color drawing. Signed on the lower right. Charles Voysey, artist (1857-1941). Image © RIBA 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.architecture.com/image-library/ribapix/image-information/poster/designs-for-six-circular-badges-showing-animals/posterid/RIBA3068.html

Designs for six circular badges showing sea creatures and birds. 1927. Colored drawing. Signed.
Designs for six circular badges showing sea creatures and birds. The badge entitled “Halcyone” having been taken from a 1904 wallpaper or textile design by Voysey.1927. Colored drawing. Signed. Charles Voysey, artist (1857-1941). Image © RIBA 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.architecture.com/image-library/ribapix/image-information/poster/designs-for-six-circular-badges-showing-sea-creatures-and-birds/posterid/RIBA3070.html

Designs for six circular badges showing animals  and flowers.
Designs for six circular badges showing animals and flowers. 1927. Color drawing. Signed on the lower right. Charles Voysey, artist (1857-1941). Image © RIBA 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.architecture.com/image-library/ribapix/image-information/poster/designs-for-six-circular-badges-showing-animals-and-flowers/posterid/RIBA3069.html

Wondrous objects from the Arts & Crafts movement, Sometimes referred to as Mission in the United States. Public (free) post for February 17th, now available on my patreon page. Link below

https://www.patreon.com/posts/34102791

Several images, not just the one. Should you be interested in supporting my work and can, please check out what’s available at the various levels. In either case you can look at the archived public posts of which there are over 50.

Jardinière stand
Jardinière stand with a square body inset on three sides with copper panels that are embossed with hearts and roundels that is raised on block legs united by an arched “H” stretcher. Edwardian. Arts and Crafts. Oak framed with copper insets. Maker not known. Image © Toovey’s 2017-2020. Fair use license. via https://www.tooveys.com/lots/404483/an-edwardian-arts-and-crafts-oak-framed-and-copper-inset-jardiniere-stand

 

Jewelry mostly in shades of blue designed by Jessie M. King who was one of the Glasgow Girls. Living from 1875 to 1949 she also painted pottery and illustrated children’s books.

Brooch. ca. 1910. Hand-crafted. Silver, amethyst and blue enamel.
Brooch. ca. 1910. Hand-crafted. Silver, amethyst and blue enamel. Designed by King for Liberty and Company. Image © 2019 Victoria Sterling Antique Jewelry. Fair use license. via https://www.victoriasterlingjewelry.com/products/arts-crafts-enamel-amethyst-brooch-pin-jessie-m-king

Brooch.  ca. Silver and enamel.
Brooch. ca. Silver and enamel. Image ©2019 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/jessie-marion-king/brooch-eow4XWAiqLA_5DHCRaZdPw2

Buckle. 1909.
Buckle. 1909. Silver and enamel. Designed by King for Liberty and Company. Image ©2019 Artnet Worldwide Corporation and Tadema Gallery, London. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/jessie-marion-king/liberty-co-buckle-a-64qSah0AH0rioi5iEmv4_Q2