Craftsman Rugs & Curtains
Bellflower lace curtain. A design by English designer C.F.A. Voysey, taken from his Oak & Acorn wallpaper. Bellflower is one of our most delicate and intricate patterns, and features an interwoven checkerboard motif of dense foliates interspersed with lacey tendrils. It is intended for late Victorian and Arts & Crafts interiors, but is compatible with any home. 100% Scottish Cotton, finished in Ivory. Price varies depending on size. Smallest panel is $49.
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William Morris. Hammersmith Rug, 1880-1910. Morris & Company.The Baltimore Museum of Art, Lutherville, Maryland, BMA 2010.59. William Morris, the father of the Arts and Crafts Movement, began making hand-knotted carpets at Hammersmith, England in 1877. This example, purchased in London by Jean and Sydney Silber, exhibits Morris’s signature craftsmanship, use of natural and vegetal dyes, and two-dimensional graphic quality.
STYLE OF WILLIAM MORRIS Contemporary room-size rug in green, mustard and purple floral pattern on French blue field Unsigned 8" 9" x 11" 9"
Rug, c.1920. Wavy, weed like flowers and ears of corn closely packed across the carpet. Scattered between them are birds, butterflies, insects, mushrooms and geometric motifs. The carpet is lined with a border consisting of a row of truncated lozenge shapes each lined with stiff flower heads containing a single plant. Single plants also decorate the interstices between the lozenges and the outer edge of the carpet. The flowers are in shades of green, white, blue, pink and red ofr a field of...
Rug c. 1920. A tapestry woven, with between 8.5 and 10 warp threads to the inch. The pattern consists of many coloured stiff weed-like flowers and grasses with waving stems lying across the width of the carpet. Small birds fly or stand among the plants. The plants do not change direction at the border, which is marked only at the ground by a change of colour from blue to red, the join being jagged along the long sides of the carpet and emphasised by a scattering of larger flower heads....
Rug c. 1909. Made of knotted pile in coloured wools on linen warps. Orange background. In the centre and the four corners of the carpet is a motif of a white flower in a circle, surrounded by blue Chinese fretwork. The central motif has more elaborate surroundings. Scattered around these are pictures of boxes, vases and other containers, as well as geometric and plant-based forms. This decoration is in yellow, two tones of blue, white and orange-pink. The border consists of foliage within bands
Fragment of a woollen 'Kidderminster' carpet woven on a hand-loom. On a blue ground with a design of artichokes, rosettes and pinks in shades of green, grey, pink and sand. Made c. 1905. of wool. Artist/Maker: Cecil Millar (designer) / Story & Co (designed for).
Fragment | Cecil Millar | V&A Search the Collections
Carpet (Rug) Hand-knotted woollen pile. In 1913 Roger Fry founded the Omega Workshops, a group of artists designing furniture, pottery, carpets, textiles and stained glass. Duncan Grant designed pottery and textiles, like this carpet, for the Workshops. Due to the war, in 1919 the Workshops were closed. In the 1920s and 1930s Grant collaborated with Vanessa Bell on the production of interior schemes, many completed by rugs, printed furnishings and embroideries.
Carpet | Grant, Duncan | V&A Search the Collections
Examples of Reliable Regal Brussels' Rugs from a Hilger Bros. Furnishing catalog (1910). The word "Regal" meant best brussels rugs manufactured.
Examples of Brussels' Rugs from a Hilger Bros. Furnishing catalog (1910).
Examples of Velvet and Brussels Rugs from "Telfer's Good Carpets and Rugs" catalog, early 1900s.