William Morris & Co (Westminster) (about 1901-1958)

Stained glass firm established in Westminster, London by William Morris (1874-1944), son of Richard Morris (died about 1901). Also known as William Morris Studios, partly as a way of distinguishing the firm from the more famous Morris & Co. William Morris had worked with his father and brothers, and their firm, Morris & Sons, also continued until the 1950s. The firm became part of the Pollard Group but their premises in Rochester Row were bombed in 1941. F.W. Cole re-established the firm in 1946.

Further reading

Joyce Little, Stained Glass Marks and Monograms (London: National Association of Decorative and Fine Art Societies, 2002), p. 88.

Ruth Cooke, 'The Other William Morris' in The Journal of Stained Glass, vol. xxiv, pp. 53-9 (2000).




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  Hope Hope
firm/studio: William Morris & Co (Westminster)
Church of St Padarn, Llanbadarn Fawr, Ceredigion
south wall of the nave
  Faith Faith
firm/studio: William Morris & Co (Westminster)
Church of St Padarn, Llanbadarn Fawr, Ceredigion
south wall of the nave
  Receiving the Crown of Life Receiving the Crown of Life
firm/studio: William Morris & Co (Westminster)
1926
Church of St Nicholas, Montgomery, Powys
south wall of the nave
Pulpit Windows
firm/studio: William Morris & Co (Westminster)
1939
Penmorfa Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Penmorfa, Ceredigion
pulpit wall
  Crossing the Red Sea Crossing the Red Sea
firm/studio: William Morris & Co (Westminster)
designer: Frederick W. Cole
1956
St Davids Cathedral, St Davids, Pembrokeshire
west end of the south aisle (baptistry)
  Symbols from Revelation Symbols from Revelation
firm/studio: William Morris & Co (Westminster)
designer: Frederick W. Cole
1956
St Davids Cathedral, St Davids, Pembrokeshire
west wall of the north aisle




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