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William Morris Pink and Rose Notepads

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Price: $17.95 $8.98
Member Price: $16.15 $8.08

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Description

Using nature for his inspiration, William Morris (English, 18341896) sought to turn a room into a bower, a refuge. Our notepads and pen feature details from Pink and Rose, a hand-block-printed wallpaper design in the Museums collection, made by Morris & Company.

Includes 3 notepads (50 lined sheets each), a pen, and a magnetic caddy. Largest is 6 1/4''H x 4''W.

  • Includes 3 notepads (50 lined sheets each), a pen, and a magnetic caddy
  • Largest is 6 1/4''H x 4''W

Art History

A founder of the Arts and Crafts movement, William Morris (English, 18341896) designed beautiful, handcrafted household objects that elevated decorative pieces to the realm of fine art. Today, he is best known for his densely patterned wallpapers, which he created over a thirty-year period.

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Description

Using nature for his inspiration, William Morris (English, 18341896) sought to turn a room into a bower, a refuge. Our notepads and pen feature details from Pink and Rose, a hand-block-printed wallpaper design in the Museums collection, made by Morris & Company.

Includes 3 notepads (50 lined sheets each), a pen, and a magnetic caddy. Largest is 6 1/4''H x 4''W.





  • Includes 3 notepads (50 lined sheets each), a pen, and a magnetic caddy
  • Largest is 6 1/4''H x 4''W




Art History

A founder of the Arts and Crafts movement, William Morris (English, 18341896) designed beautiful, handcrafted household objects that elevated decorative pieces to the realm of fine art. Today, he is best known for his densely patterned wallpapers, which he created over a thirty-year period.


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