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A William De Morgan- vase  William Frend De Morgan  was of French Huguenot Extraction  (16 November 1839 – 15 January 1917) was an English potter and tile designer.[1] A lifelong friend of William Morris, he designed tiles, stained glass and furniture for Morris & Co. from 1863 to 1872

A William De Morgan- vase William Frend De Morgan was of French Huguenot Extraction (16 November 1839 – 15 January 1917) was an English potter and tile designer.[1] A lifelong friend of William Morris, he designed tiles, stained glass and furniture for Morris & Co. from 1863 to 1872

William De Morgan (British, 1839-1917) An hexagonal tapering vase, painted by Fred Passenger, with panels of stylised peacocks and flowering foliage, in blue and silver lustre, painted 'FP' monogram to the base, 10" high.

William De Morgan (British, 1839-1917) An hexagonal tapering vase, painted by Fred Passenger, with panels of stylised peacocks and flowering foliage, in blue and silver lustre, painted 'FP' monogram to the base, 10" high.

Vase, earthenware, painted in yellow lustre over blue glaze, William De Morgan, Fulham Factory, England, late 19th century

Vase, earthenware, painted in yellow lustre over blue glaze, William De Morgan, Fulham Factory, England, late 19th century

WAS Benson, c. 1890s One of the most significant and forward looking of the Arts & Crafts designers, metalworker William Arthur Smith Benson (1854 – 1924) embodied many of the most important themes of the Arts & Crafts movement. This teapot is made of copper and brass. Source: William Morris Gallery

WAS Benson, c. 1890s One of the most significant and forward looking of the Arts & Crafts designers, metalworker William Arthur Smith Benson (1854 – 1924) embodied many of the most important themes of the Arts & Crafts movement. This teapot is made of copper and brass. Source: William Morris Gallery

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