Golden Bough designed in c. 1888 by John Henry Dearle or William Morris, 1860-1932 for Morris & Co. Woven silk and linen, 177.5 x 135 cm. (31 x 54 inches). According to Parry, this popular design was often used for ecclestiastical commissions and was also used at Stanmore Hall, Middlesex.

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Arts & Crafts Textiles in Britain. Exhibition Catalogue. The Fine Art Society in Association with Francesca Galloway, nd. No. 51h.

Parry, Linda. William Morris Textiles. London 1983. Catlogue no. 66; illustrated plate 159.

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