Person    | Male  Born 1827  Died 1913

J. R. Clayton

Categories: Craft / Design, Sculpture

Born John Richard Clayton. In partnership with Alfred Bell (1832–95) ran a commercially successful stained glass workshop.

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J. R. Clayton

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Westminster School - old boys fallen in Crimean War & Indian Rebellion

The inscription was written by the Rev. T. W. Weare, Under-Master of Westmins...

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Rex Silver

Rex Silver

Textile designer.  Born Reginald in Islington, the son of Arthur. In 1914 he was living at 1 Haarlem Road, Hammersmith.  In 1922 he married Sybil L. Peerless in Hendon, Middlesex.  At the time of h...

Person, Craft / Design

1 memorial
Zaehnsdorf bookbinders

Zaehnsdorf bookbinders

From the research published by the Seven Dials Trust: "Zaehnsdorfs was founded in London in 1841 by Joseh Zaehnsdorf. In 1862 he received an honourable mention at the London International Exhibitio...

Group, Commerce, Craft / Design

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J. Starkie Gardner

J. Starkie Gardner

Sculptor of, and historian on, decorative ironwork. Also wrote on geology and botany and collected fossils. His company, based in Lambeth, did all the metal work at 2 Temple Place, inside and out, ...

Person, Craft / Design, History, Sculpture

1 memorial
garment and textile industries in the East End

garment and textile industries in the East End

The origins of the East End textile industry can be traced to the 14th century when Flemish artisans set up dye works on the River Lea. In the late 17th century the Huguenots arrived in Spitalfield...

Concept, Commerce, Craft / Design, Industry

4 memorials
Huntington Shaw

Huntington Shaw

wrought iron craftsman. Born Nottingham. Died Hampton Court.

Person, Craft / Design

1 memorial