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Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum
The best museum to see furniture and other items relating to the Arts & Crafts movement.

Leicester Arts and Museums Service
Ernest Gimson and the Arts & Crafts Movement in Leicester.

William Morris Gallery
Museum devoted to William Morris in the house he lived in from 1848-1856.
Internationally important collection of his work including furniture, wallpapers and fabrics,
and also work of his associates.

CFA Voysey Website

Excellent German based website dedicated to the work of CFA Voysey.



A blog chronicling the restoration of Briarcourt - a Grade II listed Arts and Crafts house designed by respected architect and founder member of the Northern Art Workers Guild, Edgar Wood.


The CFA Voysey Society

has been founded to celebrate the oeuvre of the architect and designer Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857-1941), one of the leading figures in the Arts and Crafts movement.

Coombe Trenchard

An Edwardian Estate in the Arts & Crafts manner offering wonderful country house bed & breakfast.


Rodmarton Manor
"The English Arts & Crafts Movement at its best is here" (CR Ashbee 1914)
Country house built by Ernest Barnsley and the Cotswold group of craftsmen, filled with Cotswold furniture, metalwork, needlework etc. Open to the public.

Owlpen Manor
Romantic Tudor Manor, purchased in 1925 and sensitively repaired by the distinguished Cotswold architect Norman Jewson. Contains a representative collection of Cotswold Arts and Crafts furniture and fittings.

This website is dedicated to the early work of the Birmingham silversmith Albert Edward Jones.

A.E Jones

Website dedicated to the early work of Birmingham silversmith Albert Edward Jones. A.E Jones was

heavily influenced by the Arts & Crafts Movement at the turn of the 20th Century and was a member

of the Birmingham Guild of Handicraft before forming his own sucessful company.

C. R Mackintosh Society

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the Glasgow born architect, designer and artist is celebrated around the world

as one of the most creative figures of the early 20th century.

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Trustworth Studios & Wellspring Textiles
Specialist American producer of reproduction CFA Voysey designed wallpapers & fabrics.

Hart Gold and Silversmiths
The last operating remnant of C.R.Ashbee's Guild of Handicraft founded 1888.
Designing and making handcrafted silver to suit customer’s individual requirements.
Original Arts and Crafts designs a speciality.

The Arts & Crafts Movement In Surrey
The Society for The Arts & Crafts Movement In Surrey exists to celebrate and foster interest in all forms of art, architecture and design of the Arts & Crafts Era, particularly in Surrey.

Hill House Antiques & Decorative Arts
London based dealers specialising in original antiques & artefacts of the best of the British Arts & Crafts Movement, including many architect designed pieces. Periods/styles covered include Gothic Revival, Aesthetic Movement, Art Nouveau, Cotswold School and Modernism, ranging from approx 1850 to 1950.

CFA Voysey designed house overlooking Lake Windermere.
Treat yourself and stay in a beautiful Voysey house, recommended!
Overnight B&B accomodation available with optional evening meals.

House designed by Arts & Crafts architect MH Baillie Scott, overlooking Lake Windermere.
Many original features preserved. Open to the public.

Court Barn Museum
Celebrating the skill and imagination of artists and designers, architects and craftspeople who have worked
in Chipping Campden and the surrounding villages of the north Cotswolds. The story begins with the
Arts and Crafts movement in the early twentieth century and continues to the present day.

7 Hammersmith Terrace
The home of Emery Walker, Printer, Antiquary and Mentor to William Morris

Art Deco Lighting Company
Original Art Deco and Art Deco Inspired Lamps and Lighting. Specialists in bespoke lighting, lamp restoration, period style lighting cable and brass lamp spares.

William Morris Tile

USA based company producing William Morris and other Arts & Crafts Movement Tiles.