Marketplace

This page includes books and other products relevant to C.F.A. Voysey and his work. Inclusion on this page does not necessarily imply endorsement or recommendation by the Society.

Items produced by the Society

  • The Orchard
    Back copies of our annual journal at £10.00 per copy for members (£12 for non-members), post-free in the UK. More information.
  • London Trail
    A map with details of extant and disappeared Voysey buildings in the central London area (two sheets, one A3 size, illustrated in full colour, and one A4). Available as a PDF download (4MB in total) at £3.00 per copy. Please contact the Secretary. (Unfortunately, we are unable to sell PDFs to EU countries outside the UK for VAT reasons.)
  • Fifth anniversary booklet
    The Society was formally launched in January 2012. This booklet, produced for our fifth anniversary in 2017, summarises our approach and our programme of activities since foundation. Download a free copy (PDF, 373KB).

Items from Internet retailers

  • RIBA bookshop
    The RIBA Bookshop is Europe’s leading specialist architectural bookshop, covering architecture, design, landscape, construction and more.
  • Bramblewood Gifts
    Hand-restored Voysey patterns for the home and office on furnishings, fabrics, clothing, stationery and accessories.
  • Pomegranate
    New books, postcards, notebooks and other items incorporating Voysey designs.
  • Victoria & Albert Museum shop
    Books, stationery and other items incorporating Voysey designs.
  • Windermere Motor Boat Racing Club
    Broad Leys by CFA Voysey, a book telling the story of Broad Leys from its inception: the design and building of the house, the social history of its various owners, including their many social connections within the area, and how boating on the lake has been very much a central theme, together with the history of the Club.

Dealers offering original and reproduction Voysey artefacts

  • Arts and Crafts Design (craftsman-designer of Arts & Crafts furniture, metalwork & lighting; replicas made to the original drawings and designs of CFA Voysey, Ernest Gimson, WAS Benson, etc.; items made include replica Voysey clocks and lighting and Gimson candle sconces.)
  • Arts and Crafts Living (sells home interiors and gifts in the style of the American and British Arts & Crafts era, with products in designs by William Morris, CFA Voysey, Talwin Morris, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Frank Lloyd Wright and Dard Hunter; also sells handmade products inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement.)
  • H. Blairman & Sons Ltd (founded in 1884, a London-based dealer in furniture and works of art including Arts & Crafts styles.)
  • Guildcraft Carpets (a producer of hand-knotted carpets produced by adult artisans in weaving workshops in northern India, employing seven designs originally created by Voysey.)
  • Hill House Antiques & Decorative Arts (dealer specialising in original antiques & artefacts of the British Arts & Crafts Movement and other associated schools; ranging from approx. 1850 to 1960, including original designs & pieces by CFA Voysey.)
  • Loome Fine Furnishing Fabrics (dealer specialising in offering high quality upholstery, curtain and loose cover fabrics, including a small selection of CFA Voysey designs.)
  • Morris & Co. (the company founded by William Morris in 1861 offers a few Voysey designs.)
  • Paul Reeves (focusing on selling to private collectors and museums, items produced by the leading architects and designers active in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Britain.)
  • Trustworth Studios (American studio producing wallpapers representing some of the English Arts & Crafts Movement, relying heavily on the designs of CFA Voysey and reproduced from its own period documents and those in private collections)
  • UK Heritage Rugs (Handknotted rug licensees for the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. The V&A collection features rugs from the Arts and Crafts period including designs by C.F.A.Voysey, Silver Studio and Walter Crane. All are made in Nepal using Chinese silk and New Zealand wool.)

Stay in a Voysey house

So far as we know, the only properties currently offering short-term accommodation are as follows. Please mention the Society if you book a stay in one of these houses.

  • Cambridgeshire - White Horse Stables (formerly White Horse Inn, 1905, now provides bed and breakfast accommodation)
  • Cumbria - Broadleys (1898, now occupied by the Windermere Motor Boat Racing Club but non-members may stay)
  • Devon - Winsford Cottage Hospital (1899, now owned by the Landmark Trust and offering self-catering holiday accommodation)
  • Herefordshire - Perrycroft (1893, includes self-catering holiday rental cottages)

Page last amended 27th July 2019