W. B. Simpson & Sons (founded 1833)

London firm founded by William Butler Simpson (1798-1882) producing painted tiles. As well as being commissioned by William Burges for work at Cardiff Castle, their hand-painted tiles may also be found at St Asaph Cathedral. They also provided many of the tiling schemes for the London Underground as well as hospitals and other public buildings, and continue to do so The firm also made mosaic, opus sectile and stained glass at their studio in St Martin's Lane. Among their designers was Lewis Foreman Day.

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Mapping Sculpture


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  Scenes from the First Book of Kings Scenes from the First Book of Kings
designer: Horatio Walter Lonsdale
firm/studio: W. B. Simpson & Sons
about 1875
Cardiff Castle, Cardiff
Bute Tower roof garden
  Peter's Commission Peter's Commission
firm/studio: W. B. Simpson & Sons
1903
Church of St Peter, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire
north wall of the nave




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