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The Virtues of Simplicity—American Arts and Crafts from the Morse Collection

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  • Mantel clock

    Mantel clock,
    c. 1902–5

    Mantel clock

    Mantel clock, c. 1902–5
    Great Clock, Tudric line
    Pewter, abalone, and brass
    Archibald Knox, English, 1864–1933
    Maker: W. H. Haseler and Co., Birmingham, England, 1870–c.1926
    Retailer: Liberty & Company, London, 1875–present
    Marks on case: TUDRIC
    Marks on clock movement: FRANCE
    15 x 7 1/4 x 5 in.
    (70-005)

  • Table Lamp

    Table Lamp,
    c. 1901–2

    Table Lamp

    Table Lamp, c. 1901–2
    Phänomen gre. 829 design shade
    Silver over bronze, blown glass, moonstones
    Glasfabrik Johann Loetz-Witwe, Klostermühle, Bohemia, Austria, 1836–1939
    Maker, base: K. & K. Hof-Silber-und Chinasilberwarenfabrik Moritz Hacker, Vienna, Austria, 1882–1939
    Marks: MH20 [griffin crest]
    23 x 7 in.
    (MISC-027-69)

  • Panel

    Panel,
    1896

    Panel

    Panel, 1896
    Myles Birket Foster house, The Hill, built c. 1860, Witley, Surrey, England
    Flora (Roman goddess of flowers and spring)
    Leaded glass
    Edward Burne-Jones, British, 1833–98
    Maker: Morris & Co., London, 1875–96
    58 1/2 x 24 1/2 in.
    (GL-025-84)

  • Pair of candelsticks

    Pair of candelsticks,
    c. 1901–3

    Pair of candelsticks

    Pair of candelsticks, c. 1901–3
    Bronze
    Robert Riddle Jarvie, American, 1865–1941
    H. 13 3/4 in. each
    (1998-001:1, 2)

  • Vase

    Vase,
    c. 1904

    Vase

    Vase, c. 1904
    Poppies
    Glazed white clay
    Pauline Pottery, Chicago, then Edgerton, Wisconsin, 1883–1911
    H. 7 in.
    (2000-009)

  • Vase

    Vase,
    c. 1910

    Vase

    Vase, c. 1910
    No. 434, Teco Pottery
    Glazed earthenware
    Gates Potteries, Terra Cotta, Illinois, 1886–c. 1930
    Designer: Attributed to Fernand Moreau, American, 1853–1920
    H. 11 1/2 in.
    (2001-061)

  • Table lamp

    Table lamp,
    c. 1910–26

    Table lamp

    Table lamp, c. 1910–26
    No. L29, Vasekraft line, Funnel design, flambé glazed
    Glazed clay, leaded-glass inset
    Fulper Pottery Company, Flemington, New Jersey, 1909–35
    Marks: WE / FULPER / 1 / 1 / 1 / patent pending U.S. / [Vasekraft logo] Fulper / 805
    20 x 18 in.
    (PO-024-84)

  • Chest of drawers

    Chest of drawers,
    c. 1904–6

    Chest of drawers

    Chest of drawers, c. 1904–6
    Charles Hosmer Morse house, Osceola Lodge, Winter Park, Florida, 1886/1905–present
    No. 913, Craftsman Furniture
    Oak
    Gustav Stickley, Craftsman Workshops, Eastwood, New York, 1900–15
    Marks: [joiners compass around Als ik kan] / Gustav Stickley
    50 1/2 x 36 x 20 in.
    (FURN-155-89)

  • Writing desk

    Writing desk,
    c. 1905

    Writing desk

    Writing desk, c. 1905
    Thomas Keyes house, Keyes Cottage, 1886–c. 1950, Winter Park, Florida
    Oak
    Stickley Brothers Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1891–1926
    Marks: STICKLEY BROS. CO. / GRAND RAPIDS
    35 x 35 3/4 x 23 in.
    (FURN-038-88)

  • Sideboard panel

    Sideboard panel,
    c. 1903–5

    Sideboard panel

    Sideboard panel, c. 1903–5
    Dining room, Darwin D. Martin house, Buffalo, New York (Frank Lloyd Wright, architect)
    Leaded glass
    Frank Lloyd Wright, American, 1867–1959
    Maker: Linden Glass Company, Chicago, c. 1880–1935
    40 x 33 1/2 in.
    (GL-058-68)

  • Covered box

    Covered box,
    c. 1903

    Covered box

    Covered box, c. 1903
    Copper, enamel
    Buffalo Art Crafts Shop, Buffalo, New York, 1902–6
    2 x 6 x 3 in.
    (2008-013)

  • Vase

    Vase,
    c. 1915–28

    Vase

    Vase, c. 1915–28
    No. 248
    Glass, copper
    Steuben Glass Works, Corning, New York, 1903–2011
    Maker, base: Roycroft, East Aurora, New York, 1894–1938
    Marks on glass: STEUBEN
    Marks on base: [orb and cross around R] / ROYCROFT
    H. 6 in.
    (GL-003-82:A&B)