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Orchard, Dearle, 1899

By William Morris

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Featuring a light wood frame to make prints pop, this artful clock is the ideal staple for rooms in need of a little extra character. Each analog wall clock is 10" in diameter, 1.75" thick and encased with a layer of lightweight faux glass for lasting protection. Clock requires one AA battery, not included.

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Featuring a light wood frame to make prints pop, this artful clock is the ideal staple for rooms in need of a little extra character. Each analog wall clock is 10" in diameter, 1.75" thick and encased with a layer of lightweight faux glass for lasting protection. Clock requires one AA battery, not included.

About the Art

William Morris (1834 – 1896), one of the principal figures of the British arts and crafts movement, was renowned for his wallpaper designs and ornate fabrics. Morris founded Morris & Company, a respected Victorian design company which produced textiles, exquisite stained glass and high-quality, painstakingly detailed tapestries. During the mid-19th century, tapestries had become lifeless, mass-produced items that Morris rejuvenated with uniqueness, creativity and character. He had a loom installed in his bedroom and taught himself to weave, so he could create the tapestries he envisioned. Creating over 150 elaborate tapestry patterns, Morris’ work remains a pinnacle of technique and craftsmanship.

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Product Details

Featuring a light wood frame to make prints pop, this artful clock is the ideal staple for rooms in need of a little extra character. Each analog wall clock is 10" in diameter, 1.75" thick and encased with a layer of lightweight faux glass for lasting protection. Clock requires one AA battery, not included.

About the Art

William Morris (1834 – 1896), one of the principal figures of the British arts and crafts movement, was renowned for his wallpaper designs and ornate fabrics. Morris founded Morris & Company, a respected Victorian design company which produced textiles, exquisite stained glass and high-quality, painstakingly detailed tapestries. During the mid-19th century, tapestries had become lifeless, mass-produced items that Morris rejuvenated with uniqueness, creativity and character. He had a loom installed in his bedroom and taught himself to weave, so he could create the tapestries he envisioned. Creating over 150 elaborate tapestry patterns, Morris’ work remains a pinnacle of technique and craftsmanship.

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Orchard, Dearle, 1899

By William Morris

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