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

“Tudric” pewter from Liberty and Company of London. Part of the Arts and Crafts movement and made around 1902.

Vase with a flared trumpet form, model number "01040." ca. 1902.
Vase with a flared trumpet form, model number “01040.” ca. 1902. Pierced body cast with ascending plants, raised on a spreading foot. Manufacturers marks on the underside. Image © Toovey’s 2017-2019. Fair use license. via https://www.tooveys.com/lots/404547/a-liberty-and-co-tudric-pewter-vase-of-flared-trumpet-form
Butter dish. Open tri-handle form with stylized honesty leaves in relief and its original Powell glass liner. ca. 1902-05.
Butter dish. Open tri-handle form with stylized honesty leaves in relief and its original Powell glass liner. ca. 1902-05. Archibald Knox, designer. Marks beneath with model number 0162. Image © 1998-2019 cherubsantiquegallery.com. Fair use license. via https://www.cherubantiquesgallery.com/items/1394720/Archibald-Knox-Liberty-Tudric-Butter-Dish
Closed-case clock. Embossed Celtic knot design and a clock face enameled in blue, green and copper. ca. 1902.
Closed-case clock. Embossed Celtic knot design and a clock face enameled in blue, green and copper. ca. 1902. Archibald Knox, designer. Image courtesy Rago Arts and Auction Center, Lambertville, N.J. Image © 2007-2018 LiveAuctioneers. Fair use license. via https://www.liveauctioneers.com/news/be-smart/archibald-knox-and-his-timeless-tudric-ware/
Satin finish pewter vase with three handles, style #030. ca. 1903.
Satin finish pewter vase with three handles, style #030. ca. 1903. Signed on the bottom production “0” Tudric and 030 style number. Image © 2019, Greenans Cottage. Fair use license. via
Biscuit box with a Repoussé pattern of stylized flowers.
Biscuit box with a repoussé pattern of stylized flowers, model 0194.Early 20th c. Archibald Knox, designer. Stamped “TUDRIC ENGLISH PEWTER, LIBERTY & CO.” Image ©2019 LoveAntiques.com. Fair use license. via https://www.loveantiques.com/antique-metalware/pewter/arts-and-crafts-liberty-and-co-tudric-pewter-biscuit-box-by-archibald-knox-118379

Pendants and brooches by Scottish jeweler James Cromar Watt. Arts and Crafts movement. Living from 1862 to 1940, he also engaged in secret government work during World War I.

Pendant. ca. 1905.
Pendant. ca. 1905. Gold, enamel and opal. Signed “JCW” on the back. Image © 2019 Jewelry Amazing. Fair use license. via http://www.jewelryamazing.com/vintage-jewelry/james-cromar-watt-1862-1940-arts-crafts-pendant-gold-enamel-opal-h-8-cm-3-15-in-w-3-cm-1-18-in-marks-signed-verso-jcw-monogr
Pendant. ca. 1900. Gold and foiled enamel set with a cabochon garnet and pearls.
Pendant. ca. 1900. Gold and foiled enamel set with a cabochon garnet and pearls. Image © Joseph Bonnar Jewellers. Fair use license. via http://www.josephbonnar.com/necklaceprorss736.html
Pendant. ca. 1900.
Pendant. ca. 1900. Gold, cabochon chrysoprase, foiled enameling and a blister pearl drop. Image © 2016 Nouveau Deco Arts. Fair use license. via http://www.nouveaudecoarts.com/Jewellery/Arts-Crafts-Pendant-From-James-Cromar-Watt.Html
Brooch. No date.
Brooch. No date. Cabochon central moonstoone and cabochon garnets with a wreath of vine leaves and grapes in foiled enamel. Image © Wartski, Ltd. London. Fair use license. via http://www.wartski.com/collection/a-jewelled-and-enamelled-brooch-by-james-cromar-watt-1862-1940/

Peacocks to dress up any room in anyone’s house. Walter Crane peacocks, that is, not some more ordinary sort.

"Fig and Peacock" wallpaper. ca. 1895.
“Fig and Peacock” wallpaper. ca. 1895. Color woodblock print on paper. Designed by Crane and manufactured by Jeffrey & Company. Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Fair use license. via https://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O224678/fig-and-peacock-wallpaper-crane-walter-rws/
"The Peacock's Complaint."
“The Peacock’s Complaint,” illustration from Edmund Evans’ “Baby’s Own Aesop” which was published in London around 1920. Color lithograph. Private collection. Image courtesy the The Bridgeman Art Library. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Walter_Crane_-_The_Peacock%27s_Complaint.jpg
"Bluebeard and Gloriana" - Peacocks on the terrace at Rode Hall, Cheshire. 1871.
“Bluebeard and Gloriana” – Peacocks on the terrace at Rode Hall, Cheshire. 1871. Watercolor and bodycolor. Image ©2019 Artnet. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/walter-crane/bluebeard-and-gloriana-peacocks-on-the-terrace-at-SWDwXODzZ83wbIQcLvNQ3w2

Jugendstil this and that to lend any home an avant garde touch. From”Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein [Hrsg.]: Kunst und Handwerk: Zeitschrift für Kunstgewerbe und Kunsthandwerk seit 1851: 52″. A journal of Arts and Crafts, these are from their 1901 to 1902 issues.

Dish. Silver in an oriental design. 1899.
Silver in an oriental design. 1899. E. Riegel, Munich, silversmith. Plate 74. Page 51. Image © University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg. Fair use license. via https://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/kuh1901_1902/0063/image
Petroleum lamp. ca. 1901.
Petroleum lamp. ca. 1901. Made by E. Riegel, Munich. Illustration 69. Page 48. Image © University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg. Fair use license. via https://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/kuh1901_1902/0060/image
Electric lamp. ca. 1901.
Electric lamp. Illustration 142-144, page 88. ca. 1901. Bronze. Made in Munich. Image © University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg. Fair use license. via https://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/kuh1901_1902/0100/image
Vases. 1901. Vases. 1901. Illustrations 205-208, page 127.
Vases. 1901. Illustrations 205-208, page 127. Walter Ortlieb, Berlin, maker. Image © University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg. Fair use license. via https://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/kuh1901_1902/0144/image

Trade cards meant to help you live around your wallpaper, not the other way around. Trade cards from the early days of the last century by M. H. Birge and Sons, a major American wallpaper firm located in Buffalo, New York.

Library. Green wallpaper with a floral frieze. 1885.
Library. Green wallpaper with a floral frieze. 1885. Image © 2019 Bolling & Company. Trade card in the public domain due to age. via https://bollingco.com/collections/m-h-birge-sons
Dining room. 1906-1907.
Dining room. 1906-1907. Image © 2019 Bolling & Company. Trade card in the public domain due to age. via https://bollingco.com/collections/m-h-birge-sons
Parlor interior. From Birge's "Decorative Suggestions," published in 1914.
Parlor interior. From Birge’s “Decorative Suggestions,” published in 1914. Image © 2019 Bolling & Company. Trade card in the public domain due to age. via https://bollingco.com/collections/m-h-birge-sons
Interior with floral wallpaper. 1906.
Interior with floral wallpaper. 1906. Postcard. In the public domain. via https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/496733033881625622/?lp=true

Samples of wallpaper showing available colorways designed by C. F. A. Voysey for Essex and Company who were the manufacturers in 1893. A leading light of the Arts and Crafts Movement, Voysey also designed houses which no doubt used only his designs.

Pattern #1.
Pattern #1. Woodblock. Image © Historic Houses Trust, Sydney, Australia. Fair use license. via http://museum.collection.hht.net.au/search.do?view=detail&page=1&id=410&db=object
Pattern #1 in five colorways.
Pattern #1 in five colorways. Woodblock. Image © Historic Houses Trust, Sydney, Australia. Fair use license. via http://museum.collection.hht.net.au/search.do?view=detail&page=1&id=410&db=object.
Pattern #2.
Pattern #2. Woodblock. Image © Historic Houses Trust, Sydney, Australia. Fair use license. via http://museum.collection.hht.net.au/search.do?view=detail&page=1&id=410&db=object.
Pattern #2 in five colorways.
Pattern #2 in five colorways. Woodblock. Image © Historic Houses Trust, Sydney, Australia. Fair use license. via http://museum.collection.hht.net.au/search.do?view=detail&page=1&id=410&db=object.
Pattern #3.
Pattern #3. Woodblock. Image © Historic Houses Trust, Sydney, Australia. Fair use license. via http://museum.collection.hht.net.au/search.do?view=detail&page=1&id=410&db=object.