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The Arts and Crafts

arbre oit les oiseaux chan-
taient (165), must also be

A most excellent Din-
ing-room Chair by Walter
Cave (page 133); a very
pleasing Fender executed
in brass by W. Bain-
brass door-plate by walter f. cave bridge Reynolds, and a

Door-plate, also in brass,
worked by Walter F. Cave,
all illustrated here, are
worthy of more description
than space permits.

{To be continued).


brass fender designed by walter cave executed by w. b. reynolds (FrOTH Olir

own Correspondents)

nation. Frank imitations of a past style as they <w- ONDON.—The loss of William Morris,

are, criticism is disarmed, and you accept the con- great as it is, must not be over-esti-

vention they re-embody with distinct pleasure. mated ; his real work was accomplished

They are a most pleasant instance of the deliberate . years ago. For it is not the graceful

use of archaic methods well carried out : a panel and charming designs which flowed so

by the same lady, LAmour qui dort an pied dun readily from his facile hand, not the pictures he


x^m t( Him? Minor broi&rrrt) & row

panels for a settle py mrs, walter cave

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