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Claud Lambton Plate


Claud Lambton Plate
Context from a physical exhibition at the archive's reading room
Owner: Hon. Claud Lambton, a British peer, became a director of Morris & Co. in 1905. Morris & Co. was a manufacturer and retailer of furnishings and decorative arts originally founded by designer and artist William Morris in 1861.

Plate: Letters C and L in the style of manuscript illustration, flanking a ram’s head, appear above the owner’s name; illustration of a winged dragon with a serpentine body is featured below. This is the work of the William Morris Gallery in London, and reflects the influence of medieval art prominent in Morris’ work.
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Manuscript letters C and L flanking a ram's head are shown above the owner's name; a winged dragon with serpentine body featured below
William Morris
Claud Lambton 
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