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  • JAPONISME BLOSSOMS: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The plum blossom has traditionally been used as a symbol of congratulatory occasions and good luck, representing enduring happines...

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  • RED CAMELLIA : 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: In Chinese culture, the camellia represents everlasting love and the union between two lovers, as petals and calyx (the leafy part...

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  • THISTLE (1897) : 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The thistle is generally considered a symbol of resilience, but it also represents devotion, bravery, strength and determination. ...

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  • FLOWER DESIGN (18TH C.): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: British wool and silk embroidery of flowers on linen. In this period, embroidery had become an integral part of fashion, and would...

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  • SNAKESHEAD (C.1876): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: British textile designer and potter William Morris (1834-1896). The flower, also called fritillary or checkered lily, was one of t...

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  • EYEBRIGHT (C.1882): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The eyebright flower serves to remind us to embrace the joy of what we see, and to open our eyes to see the world as it truly is. ...

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  • ACANTHUS GRAPES: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: By the British textile designer, poet and novelist, William Morris (1834-1896). Morris with his friends Burne-Jones and fellow-stu...

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  • PIMPERNEL FLOWERS: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: By the British textile designer, poet and novelist, William Morris (1834-1896). Morris in fact studied theology at Oxford Universi...

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  • VINE (1874): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: By the British textile designer, poet and novelist, William Morris (1834-1896). Various faith regard the vine as a sacred symbol o...

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  • TULIP AND ROSE (1890): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: British textile designer and potter William Morris (1834-1896). Morris grew roses at Red House, as they were one of his favourite ...

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  • PEACOCKS (C.1890): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Tiles of glazed earthenware by English potter and tile designer William de Morgan (1839-1917). Peacocks with their graceful beaut...

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  • STRAWBERRY THIEF (1883): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: By British textile designer and potter William Morris (1834-1896), who was inspired by the thrush birds that frequently stole the ...

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