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October 1902 Edition

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Features

New continental furniture trends

New continental
furniture trends

The Macclesfield Embroidery School

The Macclesfield
Embroidery School

Promoting the art of weaving in English education

Promoting the
art of weaving

Kodak's New Reception Rooms - A charming rendezvous

Kodak's charming
reception rooms

Arts & Crafts

Metalwork ideas embossed vintage book cover (free download)

Metalwork ideas
embossed book cover

Woodcarving ideas vintage teapot base design (free download)

Woodcarving ideas
teapot base

Beginner'sguide to the stencilled frieze

Stencilled frieze
beginner's guide

Beginner's guide to flooring appliqué

Beginner's guide to
flooring appliqué

Modern Victorian Objects

Ornamental metal craft Victorian Electroliers (electric chandeliers)

Ornamental metal
Victorian Electroliers

Woollan’s Antique shop, a collector’s Mecca for Victorian furniture

Woollan’s Antique
collector’s furniture

Vintage Electric Bell-Push Telephones for the Home Decorator

Vintage Electric
Bell-Push Telephones

Quality Victoria Era Oak Furniture cabinet designs - Simple to Build

Victoria Era Oak
furniture designs

Regular Topics

Architecture, wallpaper and good houses

William Morris on
architecture & textiles

Lessons In Leatherwork - Tools and the like

Lessons on
leatherwork Tools

Chats on Home Hygiene, ventilation, warming, heating and hot water

Home Hygiene
ventilation & warming

Letters on Photography, creating your own authentic vintage developer

DIY photography
developer solution

Exhibitions & Competitions

Art schools and Exhibitions - October 1902

Art exhibitions
October 1902

Christmas 1902 prize competition

Christmas 1902
prize competition

Editorials

Gossip in the Arts and crafts industry

Gossip from the
crafting world

Illustrated Answers by Penelope for arts, crafts, sketches, modelling

Illustrated Answers
crafts and modelling

Publisher information for The House, arts and crafts magazine

The House
magazine publisher

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