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Fish tile by William De Morgan.

Ceramics, by William De Morgan -- De Morgan's work is heavily inspired by the brilliant colours of Islamic pottery, especially the bright turquoise he had first admired on Iznik work of the 16th century which he had studied at the recently opened South Kensington Museum, which is today known as the Victoria and Albert Museum.

The Crown of Glory (1896) by Evelyn de Morgan

William de Morgan Ruby lustreware charger

De Morgan, The Angel Gabriel, 1890 - 1899, Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton.

Fish and carnations by WILLIAM DE MORGAN - The Association of Art and Antique Dealers - LAPADA , Ca1880

Black oak cabinet, decorated with an oil painted panel by William De Morgan depicting St George and the dragon from the Current Exhibition | The De Morgan Foundation