Group    From 1875  To 1940

William Morris Company

Categories: Gardens / Agriculture

Originally founded as Morris, Marshall, Faulkner and Co. in 1861 by William Morris and Pre-Raphaelite friends. It produced textiles, wallpapers, stained glass and tapestries, mainly with medieval-inspired designs. Our picture shows Morris's strawberry tree wallpaper design.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
William Morris Company

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Walthamstow Strawberry tree

There is an identical plaque on the side wall of the care home.

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Queen's Park

Queen's Park

An information board in the Park gives "The area that is now Queen's Park was part of the site of the 1879 Royal Kilburn Agricultural Show, which had been attended by Queen Victoria, after which th...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Wimbledon Common windmill

Wimbledon Common windmill

A Grade II* listed building. It was built by a carpenter, Charles March, and is a rare example of a 'hollow-post' mill. It continued in use until 1864, when the miller was evicted by the Lord of th...

Building, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
St Georges Burial Ground

St Georges Burial Ground

St. Georges Burial Ground was so used from 1731 to 1857.

Place, Gardens / Agriculture, Religion

1 memorial
Local people (King's Cross)

Local people (King's Cross)

Local people fought and won against office development and created The Calthorpe Project, community gardens, play space and under fives' area.

Group, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial